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EdPowerment never allows long school breaks to stop or interfere with the progress of our sponsored students. And their education extends past the classroom. Here are two of our vocational tailoring students visiting one of the finest shops in Moshi to have their work critiqued and learn...

Last month EdPowerment's 8 Form Four graduates learned that all had scored either Division I or II on their national exams.  These results open the doors for them to continue to Advanced Level (Form 5 & 6) High School on a university track. We have a strong personal...

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...