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Adventurers journey every year to climb majestic Mt Kilimanjaro. While visitors challenge themselves on the mountain, villagers who live under its gaze face a very different kind of climb every day.

Young people born into poverty beneath Mt. Kilimanjaro struggle to access education that can take them from meager subsistence to economic security – the ability to cover essential needs of food, decent shelter, hygiene, clothing, health care and education.

This is the WHY behind EdPowerment.

EdPowerment provides youth, young adults and marginalized locals with a path of learning so they too can lift themselves and their community.

Our Programs

KIWOCE Center

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Tomorrow's Scholar-Leader Program

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THRIVE

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Connects Autism Tanzania

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INFRASTRUCTURE

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Our Impact

Over… youth have come to KIWOCE to for its academic and skills programs

Nearly 70 students in Tomorrow’s Scholar-Leader Program have completed or still pursue certificates, diplomas, and degrees that lead to employment.

Over … caretakers and professionals who serve those with intellectual disabilities have learned vital, game-changing information in Connect Autism Tanzania’s forums and events.

 

Happening Now

On September 10, students who had just completed their final Primary School Leaving Exams, began coming to KIWOCE for its quality Pre-Form 1 (Secondary School) program. For three months, these students will strengthen their understanding of English, fundamental mathematics, and other core academics. In addition, they will use real computers for the first time and experience learning with on-line software from Learning A-Z, a leading U.S. provider.