Life-Changing Training for 250 African girls

Sep 25, 2012

Kisa Program September Update

Graduating Kisa scholars
Graduating Kisa scholars

Dear AfricAid Kisa supporters,

Asante sana for supporting our Kisa scholars in their quest for a solid education and a better life.  We're very appreciative and grateful.

The Kisa Program is strong and growing.  131 new girls entered Kisa in May/June and they are already taking in valuable lessons and bonding with their mentors and one another.  We're planning a Career Day on October 20 which will bring all our Kisa scholars across Tanzania together to hear from powerful Tanzanian female role-models and allow our scholars to explore career options they may have only dreamed of.

Kisa is designed to be a life-changing program that equips young Tanzanian girls for success through educational and entrepreneurial training and network-building.  Your support allows Tanzanian girls to control their own lives and create their own futures. 

Thank you.



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AfricAid, Inc.

Denver, CO, United States

Project Leader

Maria Galter

Executive Director
Denver, CO United States

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Map of Life-Changing Training for 250 African girls