Blog Posts

Tanzania’s New President

April 5, 2021

Samia Suluhu Hassan – Tanzania’s New President: The following article was published 19 March, 2021 by the BBC – British Broadcasting Corporation. IMAGE COPYRIGHT TANZANIA STATE HOUSE On Wednesday evening – March 17, 2021 – she had the task of announcing to Tanzanians that President John Magufuli had died, and now Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan…

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This is What Its All About

February 22, 2021
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2020 What a Year

February 14, 2021

2020 was a difficult year. That is why we are especially grateful for all ofyou who helped us achieve all of our goals and more. The Annual Report is 10 colorful pages that tell the story. Read on and thank you!

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Oxfam: The Power of Education

February 1, 2021

The chance for every child to learn & use their talents is at the heart of a just society. But it is wealth, not talent, that often decides a child’s fate. In so many developing communities, brilliant engineers, doctors, entrepreneurs & teachers spend their days, instead, fetching water & herding goats. Let’s change this. #InvestEducation…

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Progress with ROCs

January 26, 2021

BE Design worked diligently to complete renderings of the Rural Opportunity Center (ROC) with focus on the Pineapple Juice Processing Plant. Engel shared the designs with ETI on January 25, 2020. ETI and Tanzanian Partners, KAD, look forward to getting this ROC built!

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ETI Donors Make it Happen

January 26, 2021

Since inception ETI donors have contributed over $908,000 in cash and gifts, and over $2.8 Million in professional expertise. Loyal donors and professionals have helped make it happen.

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Our Approach to Alleviate Poverty

January 24, 2021

1. LISTEN. The people of Karagwe are empowered and know what they need to be free from poverty. Listening to them sounds basic but is critical as the first step for success. Well-intentioned people parachuting in with ‘solutions’ does not work because solutions are ‘owned by outsiders’, miss key components and are generally not sustainable.…

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Moving Forward with ETI

December 16, 2020

The ETI December Newsletter NEED A QUICK GLIMPSE IN 4 BULLET POINTS?KARUCO Celebrates its FIRST COHORT OF GRADUATESETI GIVE DAY launches best End-of-Year Giving in our HistoryBE DESIGN renderings for Pineapple Juice Processing PlantTis the Season: The Facets of Giving  CLICK HERE TO GIVENOT A DRY EYENovember 21, 2020.  Tears of joy were shed as the first cohort of KARUCO…

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KARUCO’s 1st Graduates

November 23, 2020

There’s only one first. And these young women and men are the first graduates of Karagwe University College – KARUCO. In 2010, there was a grassy hill. In 2012, was groundbreaking. In 2017 was the dedication and inauguration. KARUCO enrolled its first cohort in 2018. November 21, 2020 was the first graduation. Hongera sana! Hearty…

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Case Statement: Juice for the Future

October 21, 2020

HELP ETI BUILD A PINEAPPLE JUICE PROCESSING PLANT IN KARAGWE The time is now to lift up an entire community! The 450,000 residents in Karagwe, Tanzania earn less than $1.25 per day. Educate Tanzania Inc (ETI) and her partner – the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, Karagwe Diocese (KAD) are changing that through the successful…

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