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So far Miller Bianucci has created 92 blog entries.

Bridging the Digital Divide

The COVID-19 pandemic has left us with much to do in all spheres of life. Following school closures in Tanzania, like most parts of the world a couple of months ago, the Teacher Training (TT) Program under TFFT was challenged to quickly diversify and maneuver with a plan to deliver training to teachers of

Inspired by the Lived Reality

It is an undeniable truth that we are all passing through difficult times right now. This difficult time challenges us in a way we never imagined before. Their passion inspires us and their resilience keeps us all motivated even when it feels difficult. A time full of uncertainty; uncertainty for self care,

What is the Impact of COVID-19 on TFFT’s Communities?

The whole world is going through such trying times in this era. 2020 has been a fearful year from the very beginning; first it was fear of an outbreak of war, then the invasion of locusts in our neighboring country, Kenya, and now the COVID-19 pandemic that has infected the whole world. Indeed, it

A Reflection of Hope

Amidst all that is currently going on in the world, now more than ever seems like a good time to reflect upon the experiences which have profoundly shaped me as a person. My time with The Foundation For Tomorrow is one such experience which I am immensely grateful for in shaping my life trajectory.

COVID-19 in Tanzania: A Message from TFFT

To our global community,  As of March 16th, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Arusha, Tanzania, the town in which TFFT scholars, teachers, and community members live, learn, and teach. On March 17th, we received official word from the Prime Minister that all schools will be closed for 30 days.  As cases continue

TFFT’s Personalized Approach to Healthcare

Perhaps the most valuable thing about human existence is our health. The ability to wake up in the morning and be able to continue where you left the day before without any pains or abnormalities is something that we take for granted. In Tanzania, it is quite common to see relatives coming together to

Learning Through Service

Part of what makes our work at TFFT unique is our holistic mission to empower orphaned and vulnerable children so that they can reach their full potential and thrive in their communities. We seek to nurture strengths and bring out the best in each and every scholar. Using mentorship and coaching, we  help our scholars

The Buzz in TFFT’s Arusha Office

I arrived in Arusha midday on Monday, a bit haggard from my 27 hour journey, but excited to be back in Tanzania. It has been four years since my last visit, and while a great deal has been built, paved, and plastered, much was familiar and welcome to my weary eyes. Meghann and I