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 build connections across our schools and their communities, creating a confident and engaged generation of students.    The project consisted of 3 stages of activities, which started…

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A pupil wearing a masai necklace

June 16 was this year’s International Day of the African Child. So They Can, along with 258 students and 26 teachers from our partner schools in Tanzania, celebrated the day at Mamire Teachers’ College. The celebration was in collaboration with Babati District Council and four local education wards. This day raises awareness of the continuing…

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Tanzanian Exam students

In June, So They Can took 25 top students from our partner schools in Babati District to the city of Moshi for practice examinations. This is part of our strategy to help partner schools become some of the best-performing schools in Tanzania. The students are practicing for their Standard 7 national examinations, the most important…

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