The NGO TAI, which has existed since 2012, is, similar to Kipaji, an organization founded by students. They have devoted themselves to reducing unemployment, especially by university graduates in Tanzania, and supporting girls and young women in their education. In
Mariam, who was born in Songea in the south of Tanzania in 1998, is one of our scholarship years 2014 and 2015. Together with her six siblings, she grew up with her mother since her father died in 2008. As
Rachel was born around the turn of the century in Makambako. When she was four, her parents and her three younger siblings parted, and they were divided, as is often the case in Tanzania, within the whole family, so she
There are many different ways to structure a foundation. One is the foundation fund. But what is really such a foundation fund and how can one imagine the work with it? This text is intended to give a little insight
Grace, which is part of our scholarship year 2014 and 2015, attends the Emmaberg Secondary School. In 1998 she was born in the Tanzanian highlands in Njombe. She lives with her three siblings with her father. Her mother has already
Lackrima attends the Emmaberg Girls Secondary School. She was born in Ilembula, 50 kilometers away, and grew up there. Her parents are small farmers and meanwhile divorced. As the firstborn, she assumes responsibility for all six siblings, although they do
Our scholarship holder Tulahelela is supported by us in the years 2014 and 2015. She goes to Emmaberg Girls Secondary School and was born in the nearby Makambako 1998. Her father died in her early childhood and in 2014 her
From the small village of Ilembula comes our scholarship holder Shukrani, born in 1999. We support the student of the Emmaberg Girls Secondary School in the years 2014 and 2015. Shukrani has been living with her stepmother and her four
In 2014 we support the scholarship holder Elizabeth. She visits the Emmaberg Girls Secondary School and comes from the nearby town of Njombe. She was born in 1995 in the family of small farmers and grew up with four siblings.
In 2014, we support Neema at the Emmaberg Girls Secondary School. Neema comes originally from the big city of Iringa, where she was born around the turn of the century. Her parents both died when Neema was three years old.