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"Giving is investing"

We are Non Profit Organization dedicated to improve the development and socio-livelihood of Children, Youth and Women in Tanzania. Learn more

Our Program Focus Groups Project Focus Areas

Children

We Promote Access of Quality Early Childhood Development, Equitable Education and Child Protection

Projects

Early Childhood Development

Child Protection

Education

Youth

We empower youth in education, employment, participation, gender and health issues

Projects

Education & Vocational Skills

Inspirations

Reproductive Health

Women

We empower girls and women in education, social economic activities, leadership, human rights, gender and health issues

Projejcts

Girls & Young Women Education

Women Empowerment

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We believe in Learning, Engagement, Cooperation, Partnership and Networking

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Testimonials

In Year 2008 I attended child nurturing training to one of ECOLI ‘s ECD program that inspired me to establish and run an ECD center to support many children lacking ECD service in my community...

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Wilhelmina

ECOLI met me in year 2016 when I was Form three after hearing about me and impoverishing situation hindered my educational prosperity. I had no hope for my future education journey, but with support from ECOLI I managed to pursue my education to university level.

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Sophia Herman

“Before this program, my son Isaac (8 years old) was performing poorly in school. But after the remedial program, he has been doing well, and I have seen improvement in his writing, solving mathematics question and reading.

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Isaacs Parents

“I have been struggling to establish my welding workshop for about two years. ECOLI has supported me to achieve my goal. I also want to support other youth through this workshop by training them on welding work and establish their workshops”

Joseph Materu
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