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Welcoming Janeth

Please join us in welcoming Janeth, TFFT's Finance and Administrative Coordinator. Janeth is a very hardworking, multi tasking and decisive professional. She holds an MBA in Finance and has over 6 years of working experience in providing financial and administrative support to charitable organizations. She has a strong skills set ranging from overseeing the accounting

Building a Promising Future Together

  TFFT’s founding principle is to provide orphan and vulnerable children access to quality education. Currently, 110 children are enrolled in the TFFT Scholarship Program, providing not only a previously out-of-reach educational opportunity, but also seeking to enrich the life of the whole child. Life skills, psychosocial support, medical care, livelihood training for scholars’ families

Year in Review 2020

This year, we are all looking to the future. But, as 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to take this chance to reflect on the ways in which you’ve made it possible for The Foundation For Tomorrow to empower vulnerable children, teachers, and members of the community so they may reach their full potential

Asante Sana from Thabo!

I have been called a night owl, as I'm also generally an evening person who tends to stay up until late at night brainstorming or thinking through some issues and how to find and build on solutions to presenting problems. I'm also an early bird as well, but that's a story for another day, and

Our 2020 Scholar Identification Process

Perhaps you are wondering how and where The Foundation For Tomorrow identifies the children we support under the Scholarship Program. In 2018, UNICEF reported that 88% of children in Tanzania are deprived in at least three dimensions of well-being. That is: Nutrition, Health, Education, Protection, Water, Housing, Sanitation and Information. Mid-year, Tanzania was earmarked as

Teachers: Pillars for Tomorrow

Bit by bit we treaded, as if putting stones and concrete together to make pillars. The trainees were excited and enthusiastic yet as timid as a rabbit, on training day one. The trainee group mainly consisted of teachers, a few members of the School Quality Assurance team (SQAT) and the Ward Education Committee (WEC). Facilitators