Learning Never Stops

EdPowerment never allows long school breaks to stop or interfere with the progress of our sponsored students. And their education extends past the classroom.

Here are two of our vocational tailoring students visiting one of the finest shops in Moshi to have their work critiqued and learn how to finish their own products better.  We are grateful to Irene, who has spent her valuable time working with Monica and Lucy so that these young women can turn their degrees into paying jobs.

Here are William and Amina, two of our sponsored students, sharing their knowledge with others at the Kilimahewa Centre for Education and local neighborhood.  The best way to test one’s own understanding is to teach. While serving others, they develop confidence and presence, two skills all our students will need once they pursue employment in a limited economy.

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