Today we remember those who serve and sacrifice: “True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.” Arthur Ashe
The UMN Master of Development Practice team Heads to Karagwe today. Dr. Chris Johnstone and two UMN students will assess community needs as ETI helps build Opportunity Centers in Tanzania. The team will be assisted by Ms. Edina Kabyazi of Karagwe. From May – July 2017, the team will c
Karibu! Welcome Natalie Brenner who is ETI’s new consultant bookkeeper, having taken over for Lori Duzan who oversaw all bookkeeping for ETI since its inception in 2010. Many thanks to Lori for establishing a sound system and to Natalie for a near seamless transition. We look fo
KARUCO – Karagwe University College – is opening October 29, 2017. In getting there, all the partners have had to lift together. Energizing partnerships. Joint vision and mission. Collaborative goals. Mutual commitment. Joint activities. Solid outcomes. Impressive mileston
Note from ETI President/CEO: Jan B. Hansen This week’s blog is from Minnesota’s own Crosby-Ironton High School, S.A.L.T. (service adventure leadership team) advisor, Ms. Kristine Andersen. ETI thanks Ms. Andersen and students who are helping change lives half a world away.
The ETI Advisory Board provides insight and counsel and shares the vision of ETI within their circles of influence. The meeting on March 29 was a big success as the board reviewed ETI’s most recent achievements, prepared for KARUCO’s opening in October 2017 and planned for Rural Oppor
ETI is blessed with support. Board members and officers of excellence, over 500 donors in the data base, events and volunteers that make things happen, and importantly – an advisory board that provides insight and counsel and shares relationships with ETI. The ETI Advisory Board