UNICEF reports that a mere 3.2% of children in Tanzania are enrolled in the final two years of schooling. TEMBO girls are beating the odds. In July 2021, staff helped 11 girls pack and head off for Form 5 at secondary school. This is a remarkable achievement as girls in Tanzania are more likely to…Details
TEMBO Canada gratefully acknowledges the 80+ participants who cycled, ran or walked during the 10-day Serengeti Challenge (May 1-10, 2021). Together, they raised $29,461 for women and girls in northern Tanzania. Our thanks to the many donors who supported the participants and cheered them on as they completed the Challenge. Funds raised during the Serengeti…Details
Our thanks to Tim Martin, veteran ambassador and Hannah Thibedeau, veteran CBC political reporter for an engaging conversation on April 20th: Unfinished Business: the Power and Potential of Women through the Lens of International Security. Interested in continuing the conversation with Tim Martin? Is your book club interested in reading Moral Hazards? Tim Martin has generously…Details
TEMBO Canada gratefully acknowledges the incredible generosity of donors to our Give Her a Chance campaign. In December 2020, TEMBO raised more than $16,000 in support of girls’ education. Today, 42 girls now have a chance to attend Form 1 and dream of an education. We couldn’t have done it without you.Details
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across Africa, TEMBO is still working to support the women and girls in Longido District. From March – early July 2020, the Longido District Learning Centre was closed. This posed great hardship on the women in the tailoring program as they could no longer sew to generate an…Details
TEMBO is pleased to share with you our 2018-2019 Annual Report with information on the new Girls’ Hostel, our education program, the Longido District Learning Centre and more. You can read the report here.
Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who contributed to the 2019 Go-to-School Campaign. In just three weeks, TEMBO raised more than $7,000 in support of girls’ education. These funds will be used to support girls registering for secondary school in January 2020, new syllabus books for girls in school and fees for vocational training programs. Together,…Details
2019 Annual Luncheon When: October 26, 2019 at 10 a.m. Location: Unitarian Church, 30 Cleary Ave., Ottawa, ON Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SAVE THE DATE! TEMBO Canada will be hosting our 15th Annual Luncheon on Saturday, October 26th, 2019. Mark your calendars today! We will be sharing more details on the speaker and luncheon activities closer to the event.Details
On February 8th, 2019, TEMBO Trust was recognized at the Longido District Academic Day for their contribution to the development of Longido Community through the improvement of the education sector.