- bought 10 goats, sold them paid school fees, repaid 1/2 loan, bought 5 pigs, fatten them, sold one, loan repaid. http://t.co/l2qwHVs9gA
Education is not the solution to poverty, but it is the best tool we have to fight it.
If we can help to give the children of Babati the education they deserve, then we can set them on the road to the alleviation of their own poverty, and that of the community within which they live.Learn More
The community are key to everything we do.
We consult with them, share ideas, work eat, laugh and cry together. Community buy in is fundamental to ensure project sustainability.Learn More
With pressure on the land and a changing environment, subsistance farmers need to learn to adapt their methods and consider planting new crops.
Our school demonstration plots show what can and cannot be achieved in the same environment.Learn More
Good health is vital for an active life. We work with the community and explain some of the causes and steps that can be taken to prevent ill health.
This can be as simple as remembering to wash your hands or knowing what do do when a baby gets diarrrhoea to learning about the importance of diet.Learn More
We help the community develop sustainable solutions that are good for the environment, and make good sense. A simple idea of how this works is composting...
Members of the community collect organic waste and compost it to provide nutrients for the school farms, helping boost yields.Learn More