“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
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 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
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.
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
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
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
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
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.
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