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A New Partnership for TFFT

The Foundation For Tomorrow’s success has, from the beginning, been founded on collaboration, best practices, and partnership.  Our growth and development have been the result of thoughtful and effective relationships both in Tanzania and the U.S. We are excited to announce one of our newest collaborations - a US partnership that extends all the

The Importance of Scholar Health

The Foundation For Tomorrow aims to provide educational scholarships to orphans and vulnerable children, but in so doing we cannot overlook their health and more so because of the environments they come from.We currently have 105 scholars of whom all are provided with medical insurance cover. Each year we review the packages offered by

The Significance of Reading

As an educator I am convinced to say that reading is one of the most significant skill we teach our children. It is a life skill that enables you and me to extend concepts, exchange information and reading gives us access to the magical world of fantasy. Ability to read is key for students

What Weighs Nothing but Carries Great Weight?

Each quarter we intend to take a closer look into the Windows Into Our World, the world of our scholars, teachers, parents and guardians.  We want to see the progress of our scholars, of our teachers’ training, and our livelihood programs to measure the impact of The Foundation For Tomorrow (TFFT).  Are our scholars

SuitUp with TFFT!

On the 2nd of March 2019, The Foundation For Tomorrow supported all 131 Shepherds Secondary School scholars from Form 1-4 and their teachers to participate in a Student Business Competition utilizing the SuitUp Competition Framework. The creative competition for scholars was based on them collectively bringing their minds together to come up with a

World Water Day

Only 50 percent of Tanzania’s total population has access to an improved water source and only 34% have access to improved sanitation. While Tanzania’s economy has grown exponentially over the last decade, many people still live in poverty. Those living in rural areas have an even harder time accessing clean water than city folks,

Introducing Thabisani!

My name is Thabisani and I am humbled and excited to embark on my new ambassadorial journey as the Country Director for the Foundation For Tomorrow based in the Arusha office in Tanzania. As I reminisce on my childhood, I am convinced that at a tender age the television opened many windows of perspectives

The Resiliency of Women

March 8th is International Women’s Day, a day held in high regard among the TFFT Team. Despite the progress that has been made globally for women, there are still boundaries to overcome. Worldwide, 130 million girls are out of school. If this were the population of a country, it would be the 10th largest

White Saviorism in the Nonprofit World

“Love is profoundly political. Our deepest revolution will come when we understand this truth.” -Bell Hooks As some of you may know, TFFT’s theme of 2019 is “a window into our world.” According to a study done by the Better Business Bureau and Give.org, only 19% of people trust NGOs. And only 10% are

Peer Mentor Update

“The delicate balance of mentoring someone is not creating them in your own image, but giving them the opportunity to create themselves.” Steven Spielberg. This was our training quote in December a three days training from 17th -19th December 2018. The training took place at TFFT office. This years mentoring training was the most