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October 2015

As promised, here is the next update on our students as they move toward self-sufficiency.   This October, eight of EdPowerment’s scholar-leaders graduated from secondary school – Remember, what we consider high school in the U.S. is divided into secondary school “O” level (Form 1-4) and high...

2010 marked the beginning of EdPowerment, Inc., a 501c-3 US non-profit with a mission to improve the lives of discarded teenagers and autistic youth in the Moshi area of Tanzania through education. EdPowerment integrated three programs to deliver a range of educational services and advocacy – support...

Frank Lema is the Computer Program Manager at the community-based Kilimahewa Educational Centre. Frank came to us by way of a Rotary Global Grant that turned the computer training started by EdPowerment into a comprehensive computer/internet and media center.   Frank was not a teacher. He...

Committed to the community, The Kilimahewa Educational Centre, supported by EdPowerment, now serves a growing range of students.  Just take a look at today! Rebecca taught writing techniques to Abdallah, a secondary student with cerebral palsy, (assisted by Kerri) taught English revision to Form 1 students on semester break taught...

Hongera to Elizabeth, our latest Form 6 graduate from one of Tanzania's leading high schools! [caption id="attachment_508" align="aligncenter" width="224"] Elizabeth at her graduation on Saturday.[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_512" align="alignleft" width="263"] Receiving her diploma.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_507" align="alignright" width="279"] Celebrating with other our other Form 6 grads.[/caption]               This mature, successful and increasingly confident...