Pauline is one of many girls benefitting from our girls’ empowerment programs – through scholarship, mentorship and special empowerment events. She believes that educating girls changes communities. Pauline is passionate about equality and girls empowerment, and we are so excited to see where she takes her life. Empowering girls empowers communities.
Developing people to become entrepreneurs enables livelihood diversification, increased quality of life and reduced the need to poach. Matiko is one of the entrepreneurs in this program, and this is his story.
Developing people to become entrepreneurs enables livelihood diversification, increased quality of life and reduced the need to poach. Pius is one of the entrepreneurs in this program, and this is his story.
In Tanzania primary school is taught in Swahili and secondary school is taught in English. To bridge this gap the Grumeti Fund and Concordia Language Villages developed a program to help fifth graders become more confident speaking English in preparation for their move to secondary school. The program has been in place for three years, growing and reaching more children every year.
In one weekend the Grumeti Fund reached over 1,500 girls in empowerment events that focused on gender equality, confidence, education and health-related topics. Each girl received a re-usable pad and guest speaker Rebeca Gyumi inspired everyone.
We believe education is the best way to foster gender equality in Tanzania that’s why nearly 60% of the participants in our Enterprise Development Program have been women. We think women’s economic freedom will change communities. This is Grace telling the story of how she has turned her and her family’s life around through her entrepreneurial venture.
The Grumeti Fund and the Tanzanian Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism translocated a breeding nucleus of eastern black rhino from South Africa to Tanzania in an effort to contribute to the saving of this critically endangered species.
In the United States, the Grumeti Fund is a fiscally-sponsored project of the African Community & Conservation Foundation, Inc. (“ACCF”), a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Tax-deductible donations to ACCF are granted to the Grumeti Fund to support our work.