A partnership-based concept
Since the first idea of the Kipaji Fellowship, we have worked with partners and schools in Tanzania to design the scholarship, to build upon the needs of schools and students, and to award scholarships. On this page we present our partnerships.
partners and schools that have worked on our concept and are cooperating with us.
Years of education enabled by your support.
We present our partners
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
The Sangu Secondary School, with several hundred applicants per year, is one of the largest and most popular schools in Tanzania. Almost a quarter of each year, drops out off school because of insufficient grades or lack of financial resources.
The Mongola Secondary School, founded in 2006, is a public-sector secondary school in Mzumbe. Mzumbe is located south-west of the city of Morogoro, which is an important commercial hub for Tanzania with its location and infrastructure. The school is visited