Promote and develop talents
With the Kipaji Foundation, we strive to support and enable education and training. The Kipaji scholarship stands for our name – talents.
With our scholarship, we support students, the talents of the future, to complete their secondary school education and thus enable them to have better chances for the future.
In order to constantly develop our program, our support and our work, we maintain close and direct contact with our partners, partner schools and scholars.
Years of education enabled by your support.
partners and schools that have worked on our concept and are cooperating with us.
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
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
The term “Tumaini” means hope and trust in Swahili. The main focus of the university lies in the field of teacher training. Against this background, we have included them in the conception of the 2013 scholarship program. In addition, we