Our students LOVE receiving letters from their sponsors. Their faces light up as they read and learn about the amazing person who has generously decided to support them and their community to change their future through the power of education. We’ve put together some top tips for letter writing that we hope will guide you…

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Meet Lightness, a 24 year old teacher at Endakiso Primary School, one of our Core schools in Tanzania. Lightness teaches Pre-Primary, Standard 1 and Standard 2 students. Lightness has been a teacher at the school since 2018 and takes great pride in her work. She has been partnering with So They Can to implement our…

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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 raise funds for So They Can in the charity’s 1HumanRace challenge. 1HumanRace has been designed to raise awareness of the challenges faced by vulnerable girls and enable…

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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 now successfully standing and operating on its own.   Led by Amie Stead, So They Can’s amazing Project Manager, this group of women have worked tirelessly over…

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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 virtual tour of Tanzania and Kenya through the eyes of one of our amazing supporters, Karen Coleman. Here, Karen shares her experience travelling to Africa not once,…

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UPDATE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.    Child Protection Statement: We have strong recruitment procedures to make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs. So They Can is an inclusive employer   So They Can Kenya is a chapter of So They Can International. As an NGO, So…

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