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.
POVERTY AND INEQUALITY: HIGH GROWTH, BUT NOT FOR ALL Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark READ MORE Tanzania has been a macro-economic success story for nearly two decades. The rate of economic growth increased from 3.5 pct. in the 1990s to 7 pct. in the 2000s. Despite the global fina
Meet ETI’s newest intern: Maria Baklund, undergraduate student at the University of St. Thomas. ETI’s newest volunteer began her internship on May 31st as she skillfully managed all things technology at the ETI “Building a Dream” gala. Maria Baklund is a
The ETI gala held on May 31st was a great success. We were happy to host 165 friends and supporters and offer an evening of great food, a solid program and great company. ETI supporters donated over $60,000 and are helping pave the way for transformation in Karagwe. See pics below!
JOIN US! https://etigala2019.eventbrite.com ETI GALA 2019 Back by popular demand – it’s the ETI Gala 2019! Join us for Social Hour (6PM) followed by the Dinner and Program (7PM). You’ll get a great meal, program, entertaining updates and of course, an invite to be pa
It is critical to understand agriculture in Tanzania in order to understand development efforts. The following has been extracted from Wikipedia and is available at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture_in_Tanzania . Agriculture is the main part of Tanzania’s economy. As of
THINK WHAT ONE TRACTOR CAN DO Farming without a tractor? Difficult to imagine. But in Karagwe, it’s difficult to imagine farming with one. ETI and Partners envision a mechanized tomorrow for Karagwe’s farmers, so ETI donors helped fund KAD’s first tractor and plow. K
Let’s listen in while Charlene Saley – ETI Supporter – tells why she cares. Char is a math teacher in northern Minnesota and was inspired by the ETI story. She traveled with nine others to Tanzania in 2017 and witnessed first-hand the inauguration of Karagwe Universi
DIVERSE RELIGIONS FOR PEACE & DEVELOPMENT http://www.karagwe-diocese.org/news/364.html (This is a post from 2016 presented by ETI Partners, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania, Karagwe Diocese -KAD. ETI is encouraged by the intent and purposes of KAD and remains appreciat