September 2018

Power Up

THE PROBLEM 65% of Tanzanians live in rural areas and only 7% of these rural areas have electricity. Electricity in rural Tanzania relies on hydropower and therefore, “power” in areas such as Karagwe is hit and miss, especially during droughts. Ask anyone who has visited o
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ETI Equity & Inclusion Statement

Guiding Statement ETI intentionally fosters organizational, institutional and community equity and inclusion by raising awareness, removing obstacles, creating educational and other opportunities, ensuring access to those opportunities and providing strategies and tools to bring about
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ETI: Top-Rated Nonprofit

And for the sixth year running.. Educate Tanzania, Inc (ETI) has earned the distinction of a top-rated nonprofit organization through Great Nonprofits. Visit our page and read for yourself what some of the 76 partners, donors, experts, directors and volunteers have to share about ETI.
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Spotlight on Norma: An ETI Donor

Meet Norma. Norma is one of ETI’s strongest fans. She is always the first to sign up for galas, breakfasts and other ETI events. She accompanied Team ETI in October 2017 to the Dedication and Inauguration of KARUCO. When she returned home from Tanzania, she was so impressed and
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