Plant seeds for the future

End-of-Year GIVING Begins

ETI and partners have the site, the design & entrepreneurial business plan for the Pineapple Juice Processing Plant in Karagwe. The only thing left is the $193,700. to start construction.  DONATE & raise incomes in Karagwe.

KARUCO Graduation

There's only one first. The very first KARUCO Graduation was held Nov 21, 2020. A dream in motion; a dream come true. ETI Donors and Partners provided expertise, resources and friendship. Congratulations Graduates! Congrats All!

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ETI partners with developing communities in Tanzania to promote and sustain social and economic prosperity through education.

Our first project was to build Karagwe University College which opened October, 2018.

The first cohort graduated in November, 2020. ETI is expanding on its successes

by building Rural Opportunity Centers for KARUCO grads and area farmers

to start or grow businesses and access viable markets

Meet KARUCO Students!

Educate Tanzania and partners have built KARUCO - Karagwe University College. The college opened Fall, 2018 and provides students with new methods in Agriculture empowering them to earn and sustain stable incomes. ETI is expanding the successes of KARUCO by building Rural Opportunity Centers (ROCs) in area communities. Be part of this amazing story!

Testimonials

Christel Ngani

Christel Ngani

Software Engineer, Wells Fargo

This project brings a new source of strength to generations of Africans who long for better education and business opportunity.

David Willey

MD, President Valley Family Practice

This is a most worthwhile project!

Rael Kakulima

English Teacher

Young people need opportunity and a reason to stay in Karagwe instead of going to Dar es Salaam and not coming back

Dr. Bagonza

Bishop

We build a university not because we have money, but because we have faith and sacrifice to make sure KARUCO exists.

Mr. Kjell Bergh, Consul (Hon)

I congratulate Educate Tanzania! and the Karagwe Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania for partnering to bring hope and prosperity to a large and proud population which had previously been far removed from Tanzania's centers of higher education.

Vision Bagonza

Age 16

I witnessed poverty at its lowest level as a result of no education and know that the ones who suffer most are women.

Bernard Amadei

Founder Engineers W/O Borders USA

Capacity at the local level needs to be strengthened by local skills and external assistance.

Sam Kayongo

Karagwe

It is hard to imagine that this mustard seed vision is attracting many friends. WE HAVE GREAT HOPE IN Karagwe!

Dennis Dease

University of St. Thomas

In the end, not only will Educate Tanzania work to alleviate physical poverty, but to banish a poverty of spirit.

Pastor Jackson

Co-Founder: Bweranyange Girls School

People need opportunity centers so that our youth can learn skills to make a living and contribute to our community.

Dan Edgerton

Water Resource Engineer, Stantec

Thank you Jan and Steve Hansen for allowing us to contribute skills and knowledge to the efforts in Tanzania.

Duane (Digger) Carey

NASA Shuttle Pilot (ret)

This project has my full support and will make our entire world a better place.

Dr. Curt Larson

Professor Emeritus, University of WI

You can be assured that donations received by Educate Tanzania are used honestly and efficiently

Andre Trawick

Engineer, Medtronic

The programs created by Educate Tanzania better enable people in Karagwe to take control of their future.

Dr. Katabaro

KARUCO Coord

We need KARUCO because it holds opportunity for people to have a fulfilling life.  It is the way out of poverty.

Pastor Jackson

Co-Founder: Bweranyange Girls Secondary School

We need education and opportunity so we can learn better ways to care for our land and environment

Poul Bertelsen

MSAADA Architects

Thanks to ETI for the great work you are doing, which will be meaningful for many future generations in Karagwe.

Dan Edgerton

Dan Edgerton

Water Resource Engineer

Thank you Jan and Steve Hansen for allowing us to contribute skills and knowledge to the KARUCO effort.

Sam Kayongo

Devpt Officer

It is hard to imagine that this mustard seed vision is attracting many friends. WE HAVE GREAT HOPE IN KARUCO.

Bernard Amadei

Bernard Amadei

Founder Engineers W/O Borders

Capacity at the local level needs to be strengthened by local skills and external assistance.