How Does TFFT Serve Non-Scholar Students?

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

The Importance of Child Rights and Protection

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.

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

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

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

Family Reunification for TFFT Scholars

Reunification is at the centre of meaningful child welfare practice. Whilst child protection systems are concerned with removal of children from their families in the interests of safety, the capacity of child welfare systems to return children safely to their families of origin is also considered to be of central importance. When placement in