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Educate Tanzania is building Karagwe University College
Educate Tanzania partners with the most effective organizations in the world to bring education to Tanzania. Our first project is to build KARUCO – Karagwe University College.
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Educate Tanzania and partners have built the Academic Zone of KARUCO - Karagwe University College. The college, focused on Agri-Business will provide a sustainable means of income for area farming communities. You can be part of the story and help empower the people of Karagwe to rise out of poverty by donating to Educate Tanzania.
I congratulate Educate Tanzania! and the Karagwe Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania for partnering to bring hope and prosperity to a large and proud population which had previously been far removed from Tanzania's centers of higher education.
Mr. Kjell Bergh, Consul (Hon),
Thank you Jan and Steve Hansen for allowing us to contribute skills and knowledge to the KARUCO effort.
Dan Edgerton, Water Resource Engineer
This project brings a new source of strength to generations of Africans who long for better education.
Christel Ngani, Software Engineer
It is hard to imagine that this mustard seed vision is attracting many friends. WE HAVE GREAT HOPE IN KARUCO.
Sam Kayongo, Devpt Officer
Capacity at the local level needs to be strengthened by local skills and external assistance.