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

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

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.

Why Students? Why Teachers?

Our founder and Executive Director, Meghann, discusses our focus on student and teachers, why both populations matter, and the goal of the ripple effect across communities...the power of education can truly transform lives. All images copyright of The Image Is Found   Our mission is to secure quality education and emotional support for orphan

#HopefulFor: Why We Do What We Do

In 2018, We are #hopefulfor more children to have equal access to quality education because we believe that education transforms lives. Haruni recaps this past fall, discussing the exciting accomplishments that took place with 16 scholars graduating to their respective next levels. From August to October this year, the TFFT family celebrated the graduation of our sixteen (16)

Livelihood Project Update

One of the projects that TFFT's Psychosocial & Health Program works on is our Livelihood Initiatives project. TFFT implemented this project as a means of supporting and economically enabling the heads of household for our scholars. As much educational support as these young and brilliant minds receive, they still go back to their homes and are faced

Witnessing Scholar Progress

Recently, I was able to spend an afternoon with some of our Secondary Scholars at Usa River Academy. We were able to introduce Haruni, our new team member, to the scholars. We also introduced Shellagh, a TFFT volunteer who is from Australia. It is always great to have a check-in with the scholars and

Graduation at Usa River Academy!

On August 26th, The TFFT family celebrated the graduation of two scholars, Yusuph E. Logeria and Mandu Joseph, from Usa River Academy. This milestone is a great symbol of TFFT’s work. The TFFT team, donors, volunteers, and partners are all happy to see orphans and vulnerable children have access to quality education so that they

Introducing Haruni

We are thrilled to welcome Haruni to the team as our Academic Affairs and Student Support Coordinator! His strong passion for quality education and our mission is inspiring, and we are excited to see the positive impact he will bring to TFFT. Welcome, Haruni! My name is Haruni, I am married and have a two year old daughter. I

Social and Emotional Assessment

Towards the end of July, I conducted a social and emotional assessment of our scholars at Usa River Academy and Arusha Modern School. Social and emotional skills include a broad set of competencies that play a vital role in shaping students achievement, adult well-being, workplace readiness, and management of social interactions. As an organization that