Educate Tanzania

ETI is TOP-RATED! A distinction given to just 1% of 1.5 million nonprofits. Make your donation count!

Educate Tanzania Inc (ETI)

VISION: ETI partners with developing communities in Tanzania and other countries to promote and sustain economic and social prosperity through education. Our first project was to build Karagwe University College (KARUCO) which opened in 2017.

Seven years ago we had a grassy hill. Today (2017) we have 1000 acres with a university campus. C'mon! Be part of this amazing story!

ETI and its global partners work together to transform impoverished communities. Our flagship project was building an agricultural university in Tanzania that was dedicated in October, 2017!  Karagwe University College - KARUCO - provides higher education to youth interested in small ag-related businesses. Karagwe University College - KARUCO - provides youth with alternatives to early marriage and stems the exodus to urban areas. ETI's Second Phase project is to build Rural Opportunity Centers (ROCs) so that graduates of KARUCO have the option of returning to their communities and contining (through the ROCs) to learn new farming techniques. Area families can also take advantage of the knowledge offered at ROCS. ETI works through our local partners to reach the milestones that are bringing transformation through KARUCO and the Rural Opportunity Centers.  

ETI and our Tanzanian partners:

  1. Built Karagwe University College (KARUCO) in Tanzania!
  2. Evaluate the impact of KARUCO (Dr. Chris Johnstone, UMN), and
In just seven years, over 1,000 friends of ETI have provided over 1 million dollars in grants, cash and in-kind expertise to help bring water, nutrition, health and education to developing parts of the world. Of the more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the United States, just 1% make the “Top-Rated” list.  Educate Tanzania is “Top-Rated” a distinction given to less than 1 nonprofit organization out of 1,000.  Make your donation count.

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"Being a native of Karagwe I have witnessed poverty in its lowest levels as a result of lack of education. I know that the ones who suffer most are women. Most girls grow up in poor families, don't finish school and as a result have no dreams for their lives other than getting married. The world just doesn't know how much it’s losing because these girls would contribute to development if they were equipped."  Vision Bagonza, Karagwe

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