ETI GIVE DAY in November kicked off the End of Year Giving Campaign. Generous donors gave over $20,000 to support the work in Karagwe. ETI’s main work currently is to build a food processing facility as part of the Rural Opportunity Center (ROC). Phase 1 focuses on food processi
THE SAVAT FAMILY STEPS FORWARD TO GIVE BACK Georgia Savat had a great idea. She told her children, Jan, Jon and Joel, their spouses, her grandchildren and her great grandchildren – all of them – that for Christmas, she would donate a set amount of money to charitable caus
You know your support is worth it. Take a look at UMN’s Dr. Johnstone and these beautiful, able, dedicated KARUCO students. Chris is on site interviewing students, staff and stakeholders for the KARUCO Impact Study. This is Dr. Chris Johnstone’s third evaluation on behalf of ETI
There’s a verse: “If you do away with the yoke of oppression, with the pointing finger and malicious talk, and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the n
Since inception in 2010, ETI brought in $635,000. (USD) in cash gifts and $1.5M in donated services. With those gifts totaling over $2.1M, ETI donors helped build KARUCO – Karagwe University College. Every dollar was maximized as ETI partnered with others to fund the 1000-acre site pl
Educate Tanzania has operated on a no-nonsense business model that is mindful, responsible, based upon authentic partnerships, calculates costs, thinks through outcomes and adjusts course based upon indices from evaluation and accountability. The oft-criticized and stereotypical model
ETI KICKS OFF the 2019-2020 YEAR ! SUMMARY HIGHLIGHTS HERE: 1. ETI Launches New Year The ETI Annual Meeting on September 17 kicked off the new ETI year. We welcomed a new board member and a new secretary. We continue progress with Rural Opportunity Centers in Karagwe.