Nguzo Women & Youth Foundation envisions a Tanzania where every young man and woman has access to the knowledge and skills they need to live a full and independent life.
White Orange Youth (WOY) – based in Moshi, Tanzania – envisions a Kilimanjaro region where every young person is able to live a full, healthy life; empowered to be self-reliant change agents, actively participating and leading their communities.
OLPS is an organization that supports communities in Kisumu and Siaya that have been stricken with cases of HIV/AIDs.
The Budondo Intercultural Center provides healthcare to a region of 400,000 people who would otherwise not have access.
In rural Ghana, quality education and care for children in need can be difficult to access. United Hearts serves as a safehaven for all children in the community, providing food, shelter, an education, opportunity — and most importantly, a sense of possibility for themselves.
QEA has become a beacon of hope for Mlali — primarily because it’s owned by the community itself. The school currently provides quality nursery and primary education to all children in Mlali.
St. Timothy’s Primary School – based in Newland, near the Kilimanjaro region – is a project run by Tanzania Children Concern. Its founders envisions a Tanzania where children will have access to meaningful learning and quality education where they can become self-reliant and supportive of the communities where they live
Tejiendo Futuros is a holistic after-school program, enabling children to be conscious of themselves, of their surroundings, and of the environment so they can be actors of change and leaders in their communities.
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