A Window into Deo’s World

What keeps us running?  It’s not just the “what” - funding, programming, and logistics - but also the “who” that keeps us running as an effective, efficient organization each day. If we were to name that critical “who” the answer would be Deo Momburi. Literally and figuratively, Deo keeps TFFT moving forward. Deo, who provides

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

Teacher Training Update: The True Impact on Educators

TFFT believes quality education transforms lives and that teachers and school leaders both play key roles in achieving this. In so many places around the world, teachers are underappreciated and lack support. TFFT's Teacher Training Program is a key part of our work and we realize that we are not serving orphan and vulnerable students

Gates Foundation Goalkeepers: Africa is the world’s most important priority

“The conclusion is clear: to continue improving the human condition, our task now is to help create opportunities in Africa’s fastest-growing, poorest countries.” The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation released the Gatekeepers Data Report this week, their annual checkpoint for reaching the Global Goals. The report informed that focus must be on investing in

Learning Support for Scholars

TFFT believes in the power of education and that geography should not dictate an individual’s life trajectory. We envision a world where all children contribute to the society as active and empowered citizens free of exclusion, disadvantage, and vulnerability. Through the Scholarship Program, TFFT equips marginalized children in Tanzania with the education and skills

Create, Engage, Grow: 2018 So Far!

Starting in 2018, we began shifting the way we discussed the work that TFFT does. In order to make sure that everything we do is working toward our mission of securing quality education for orphan and vulnerable children, we began asking ourselves: “How do we create, engage, and grow with our networks and programs?”  We

Educate, Discover, Play: TFFT’s Learning Centre

The Foundation For Tomorrow envisions a world in which all children contribute to society as active and empowered citizens, free of exclusion, disadvantage, and vulnerability. We believe that offering opportunity to the future generation gives hope for a better tomorrow for us all. As many of you already know, TFFT is working toward building

Scholar Spotlight: Peer Mentor Program

The Foundation For Tomorrow hopes to provide well-rounded, child-centered care for our scholars. To do this, there is so much more to focus on than just traditional, classroom education. With this in mind, TFFT's Peer Mentoring Program was born! Nice Kahembe, TFFT's Mentoring and Coaching Program Coordinator based in Tanzania, gave the US staff some

Hope For Children: TFFT’s Use Of The Child Status Index

"When I approach a child, he inspires me in two sentiments: tenderness for what he is, and hope for what he may become." -Louis Pasteur TFFT utilizes many innovative tools that help us create our programming and provide our scholars with the best services possible so that they can reach their full potential. Last

Behind The Scenes: TFFT’s Scholar Identification Process

How does TFFT identify students for the Scholarship Program? So much goes into the scholarship identification process, we figured you might be interested in learning more! At its heart, The Foundation For Tomorrow aims to serve orphan and vulnerable children. When TFFT began in 2006, we relied on referrals from Tanzanian orphanages we worked with.