From Scholar Support to Alumni Success

This month, The Foundation For Tomorrow has been excited to share letters from recent TFFT graduates, and now proud alumni, Joachim Filbert and Irene Peter. These notes provide a window into the world of our alumni, and their hopes and dreams for the future. We believe one of the greatest strengths of our work

A Letter to the High School Graduate, 2019

Today we are featuring a letter from one of our alumni and young leaders, Irene Peter. Irene was part of our scholarship program from 2008-2016 and is now studying at Ardhi University in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Irene took the initiative to write this letter for our upcoming high school graduates. Her letter celebrates the

Selfhood Begins with Walking Away

"Selfhood begins with a walking away/ And love is proved in the letting go." – Robert Cecil Day Lewis This week Einoth Labikie Laizer and her mum Elisifa visited the TFFT office for a consultation with TFFT Staff. Einoth has been with TFFT for 5 years (having joined the programme from Form 1, which

2019 Graduates & College Students

The Foundation For Tomorrow scholarship last up to two years after Form 4 education. This gives a TFFT scholarship beneficiary option of either joining A-level studies after the Form 4 graduation or go directly to college courses to prepare for a professional career. It is TFFT's belief that after two years post Form 4

Covering the Basics for TFFT Scholars

“Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” ― Malcolm X If preparation is the key to success, think of the added value and difference it makes for students to have not only classroom tools but basic supplies to meet their daily needs in

A Window Into Baraka’s World

So, how is Baraka doing?  I am very pleased to report, after visiting with him last month, that he is thriving. I spent most of March in Tanzania, meeting with the team in Arusha, as well as getting to know our scholars, teachers, and the many people who make up their communities.  It was

The Importance of Scholar Health

The Foundation For Tomorrow aims to provide educational scholarships to orphan and vulnerable children, and 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 coverage. Each year we review the packages offered

The Significance of Reading

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