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    The Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME) operates an Outpatient Clinic in Tanzania along with several other medical projects in the works. The organization eagerly accepts local and Western trained doctors and nurses for collaborative relationships with one another. Trained specialists from the overseas medical community bring their expertise and resources to share and improve FAME’s medical services.

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    Indigenous Education Foundation of Tanzania (IEFT) is a collaboration between the community and the volunteers with the mission of providing quality and affordable education to the less privileged students of Tanzania, East Africa. The Orkeeswa Secondary School located in North Tanzania’s Arusha Region has provided Tanzanian students the opportunity to receive secondary education in order to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to live a life that is filled with optimism, empowerment and the opportunity to make a difference.

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    (SEGA) operates a girls’ secondary boarding school in Morogoro, Tanzania. SEGA is made up of a core group of four Tanzanian citizens and one American committed to improving the lives of Tanzanian girls. The Sega Girls School provides quality academic education to marginalized girls, emphasizing leadership skills, social responsibility, self-sustainability and environmental care.

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    TEACH is an organization committed to empowering the next generation of youth leaders in both Africa and the UK. Their field projects are in Tanzania and Ghana and focus on fueling internally-driven change through local change-makers. They work with rural youth to equip and empower them with the relevant skills, knowledge and mentorship to identify & tackle the challenges in their immediate surroundings, uplifting themselves and their community.

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    The Women’s Education and Economic Centre (WEECE) supports marginalized women and their families in, allowing them to achieve economic stability and gender equality through: expanded access to micro-loans and small business training, legal assistance and leadership skills development.