Month

October 2016

ETI Giving Day – Nov 17

                  JUST    3    WEEKS UNTIL ETI GIVING DAY! NOVEMBER 17! SIMPLE Go to http://educatetanzania.org/ Click  Feel just dandy about yourself  INSTANT IMPACT You have an instant effect when you put your heart and wallet together to
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KARUCO Welcomes First Farmer Cohort

KARUCO OPENS! 1st FARMER COHORT October 11, 2016    What a day! 10.11.16  ETI is thrilled about KARUCO’s 1st Farmer Cohort    Exactly four years after Groundbreaking – KARUCO welcomes nineteen farmers to campus!    Congratulations ELCT/KAD, KARUCO Task Force, UEM, All Glob
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Good Intentions Are Not Enough

ETI Helped Without Hurting Before It Was Cool Interdependence, independence, collaboration, mutual goals have been integral to our organization’s culture from our inception. True collaboration distinguished by going through the hard work of articulating joint goals with benefit
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Never Too Early to Think Gala

Auctions are funny. Some items are so  unique that you fear no one will want them. Then they surprise you and bring in lots of cash to support our programs. For instance the welded metal sculpture donated by Sarah Willey of Chaska. It was rustic, well designed, of expert quality craft
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Engineers Without Borders Steps in to Help

Meet Bernard Amadei Dr. Amadei founded Engineers Without Borders-USA (EWB). From his single vision, EWB has grown to 15,900 members in 400 chapters. Bernard started an organization that now provides humanitarian aid in 48 countries, benefiting more than 605,000 people to date. This is
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