Empowerment Through Education
EdPowerment currently supports and mentors about 40 students in O level secondary school, A level high school, college certificate and diploma programs, and university degree programs. Costs vary widely depending on location and other factors as follows:
Formerly EdPowerment's special needs outreach program called Autism Connects Tanzania, CAT officially registered as an independent Tanzanian NGO in 2015. The organization's mission remains (1) to educate guardians, teachers and others who serve individuals with autism and co-occurring conditions, and (2) to advocate for broad-based change in the way Tanzanian society and schools treat this population.
Today, in addition to its ongoing advocacy and support for caretakers, CAT specifically focuses on trying to build vocational programs that address the needs of the autistic population past primary school age. It actively seeks grant and other funding to help secure its independent role in pushing for systemic change in Tanzania.
For more information on CAT and to learn how to volunteer to support this organization, please visit its website:
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Serves local villagers across the learning spectrum including youth with special learning needs, teens excluded from formal education, and young adults, local farmers and others seeking English, computer and agri-business skills to become financial secure.
In 2018 EdPowerment seeks to raise funds to complete a second floor hostel on one of the existing buildings in order to offer boarding arrangement to young women who desire to attend but cannot be day students.