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Creating food and economic security for schools through our Shamba Letu project

In Tanzania, approximately 67% of the population work in the agriculture sector. Despite the Manyara region being a food crop producing region, 36% of the population still suffers…

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Aberdare Ranges Primary School Cook Joins Our 1HumanRace Challenge

Neville Muta, or “Ken” to his friends, was one of thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who found himself at Pipeline camp in Kenya as a result of…

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MEDIA RELEASE: Celebrities join So They Can’s inaugural 1HumanRace to educate and give a voice to vulnerable girls in East Africa

Actress Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit, Leave No Trace), TV presenter Peter Overton and All Blacks star, Conrad Smith are among a growing community who are joining forces to…

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Co-Designing Camp Africa to Build Cross-School Connections

Over the last few months, our So They Can team in Tanzania has been running one of our newest projects; Camp Africa. The project has been developed to…

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Sew Women Can becomes fully independent

This week, we’re thrilled to announce that after 6 years of training and working alongside this incredible group of women, our Sew Women Can project in Kenya is…

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A Virtual Tour of Africa with our supporter Karen Coleman

With COVID-19 keeping borders closed and planes grounded this year, our annual trip to climb Mt Kilimanjaro was postponed. So instead, we thought we’d take you on a…

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