Girls' development

champions of quality education in Africa

There is a strong parallel that applies to countries which have been occupied or colonized.

There is a culture of entitlement and of dependence from a donor, an d very little positiveness about .the own ability to make a change. The aim is not to provide people with a daily donation, but to create an exchange between the community and the outsider, so that both learn from each other.

Scaling Best Practices from a High-Performing, Locally-Led Primary School in Arusha, Tanzania

Over the past 5 years, Shepherds Junior School, located in Arusha, Tanzania, has grown from a single classroom of just 6 pre-schoolers to become a high-quality pre- and primary school that now serves over 300 children at 8 grade levels (ages 2-12) in the villages of Moivaro and Kimandolu.  Last year, with investment by US nonprofit Epic Change, the school qualified to participate in national exams for the firs

An educational organization encouraging traditional peoples to combine their ancient wisdom and practices with modern technology

 I believe that the future of Africa is bright because of the possibility of nurturing the still existing rich cultures of the traditional peoples and enhancing them with modern technologies and tools for entrepreneurship.  This is done by working face-to-face with students and developing the way forward.