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A life-changing experience for University of Wollongong students

Students and their supervisors from the University of Wollongong (UoW) visited So They Can in Tanzania in June. Over their week-long trip, as part of a cultural immersion subject…

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Bringing clean water to primary schools in Tanzania

It will come as no surprise that water scarcity in schools and communities has a direct impact on children’s health, academic performance, and overall wellbeing. According to UNICEF…

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Students, schools and graduates all benefit from the Mamire Teachers’ College Internship Program

The Mamire Teachers’ College (MTC) is a pillar in the Manyara Region for quality teacher education. Since its doors first opened in 2014, it has been consistently ranked…

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Celebrating the 2023 Day of the African Child in Kenya

Every year on 16th June, the world celebrates the Day of the African Child. This special day serves as a reminder of the immense potential and resilience of…

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Strong government partnerships underpins So They Can’s impact through education

At So They Can, we pride ourselves on our approach to work through meaningful partnerships with local governments. We know that achieving sustainable impact in government schools requires…

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21,000 washable sanitary pads distributed to 3,500 girls in rural Tanzania!

There’s an equal number of girls and boys enrolled and attending So They Can supported schools in Tanzania. In large part, that’s thanks to our Keeping Girls in…

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