Educate Tanzania has been generating a large amount of media attention in the 12 short months since its inception. Below is a list of all of the media attention ETI has garnered. Television KARE 11’s Eric Perkins, The Nerdery, and GiveMN 03.11.2011 Tech.MN TV Short: Nerd Impact (Nerd
Educate Tanzania was recently profiled by the Purdue College of Education in their monthly magazine Take Note. Jan Hansen works extensively with the Purdue College of Education and is an alumnus (PhD, ’88). Please take a moment to learn more about the mission of Educate Tanzani
MSAADA Architects, a nonprofit based in Minneapolis, have been drawing up plans for developing communities around the world for over twenty years. Poul Bertelsen, Director, has helped build hospitals, schools, universities, rehabilitation centers, office buildings, orphanages and comm
On June 3rd Educate Tanzania and friends joined hands at Hazletine National Golf Club for a fabulous evening of fun and fundraising!! ETI enjoyed the company of over 150 friends. Highlights from the evening include: Rev Kakulima from Karagwe Diocese shared why Karagwe University Colle
Jan and Steve Hansen embraced roles as “Ambassadors of Karagwe University” as they conducted a community needs assessment for Karagwe University — wind, solar, water, health, and education. They agreed to help locate resources for the project.
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June 3, 2011 will be our large fundraising event at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota. From humble beginnings to NASA shuttle pilot, our speaker, Duane (Digger) Carey is encouraging! Email us if you would like to attend (cost is $150 USD per person / $1500 per table of