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Small subsistence farming plots – shambas – are the homes of most Kilimahewa students.  Many of the mamas gather the extra vegetables and take them to a corner of one of the busier roads in and around the town...

Our last blog told of our efforts to help one of our university students find an internship.  This story is quite different - but it also demonstrates the way we run our sponsored student program.Our student's bibi's bedMaking porridge for her stepbrotherOne of the Secondary...

Last week, I posted a photo our three University students.  Here is a short follow-up:Angel is now in Moshi for a two month break between her first and second year of law studies.  She wanted to use this time interning at a place where she...

After such a productive summer for EdPowerment, I now have to throw myself into the part of this calling that I admittedly am not good at – raising money to secure our programs’ future.  Kilimahewa's teens and sponsored students at...

Here are our three University students.  Each has a remarkable story:EDPOWERMENT'S THREE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: WINNIE, ANGEL AND TOMTom has just finished his coursework to obtain his Bachelor of Science degree this fall.  Right now all final work is being...

                             TWO STUDENTS CHECKING OUT THE NEW LIBRARY - YES, THEY WILL READ IF YOU GIVE THEM BOOKS!Anyone who has worked for educational and social advancement for the poor knows that the road...