How difficult do you think it is to get an education in a developing country? Most of us in developed countries have grown up in families that, at the very least, recognise the value of schooling. We probably knew where our next meal was coming from; more than likely we had access to reasonable
Corporal Punishment. Lack of food at home. Sexual and physical abuse at home and in the community. These are just a few of the violations that students have shared through TFFT’s Happy & Sad Box Project. The Foundation For Tomorrow (TFFT) squarely focuses its work in Tanzania addressing vulnerability through the power of education.
When we look into the world of our scholars, we see their desire and their struggle to obtain a quality education. Looking more closely into the education space and world of teachers in Tanzania, TFFT sees the same desire to create a healthy and successful environment for learning, but also the strain and challenges
From the moment I arrived in Tanzania, it became very clear that the situation for teachers is a challenging one. Yet, the more of them I meet, the more I am inspired by their dedication and enthusiasm in spite of lower salaries, insufficient resources and enormous classes. So many of the teachers I have
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
TFFT believes quality education transforms lives and that teachers and school leaders both play key roles in achieving this. TFFT works to improve the quality of instruction and management in primary and secondary schools. To do so, teachers need to feel valued and inspired! With this is mind, TFFT awards select teachers in Meru and
We are truly FEELING the LOVE! This year's group of Team Leaders deserves many thanks for all of the time and effort they dedicated to our SHARE the LOVE, benefitting our TFFT scholars and teachers. In this year's challenge, we had leaders from across the world, representing North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Washington, Italy, and Scotland. We had
It is an exciting time for TFFT, with the announcement in our January newsletter for our new Classroom Champions program: an addition that we look forward to engaging with the community on in the near future. More details to come, but in the meantime, Melissa, our Country Director and previous Teacher Training program leader, shares the true impact of our
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
For the past two years, The Foundation For Tomorrow has awarded select teachers in Meru and Arusha City Councils with a Most Outstanding Teacher Award (MOTA). The general objective of this award is to increase teachers' motivation, self-belief, and professional identity, and also to influence school management teams to stay aware of positive professional practices and set high expectations for school employees.