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Adult Literacy Project

Literacy is a life transformation process especially for women in the developing countries like Tanzania. Helping adults gain literacy skills helps reduce poverty, improve public health, and advance human rights around the world. Maasai women have shown the need to continue fighting for the better economic opportunities, they are fast learning and properly applying the knowledge acquired. ENCO as a growing organization, more economic women groups are becoming active members of it. Less than 15% of all these members can read and write. Few years back through EEMPS school two years adult literacy...

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Girls Education project

In pastoralist Maasai communities of the Monduli, Ngorongoro and Longido districts, illiteracy rates are approximately 75% and women are the worst affected. School attendance rates are very low compared to the national average and only 30% of girls attend secondary school. Girls are more likely to drop out at the transition from primary to secondary school when many are forced into marriage. Since the inception of ENCO a number of girls and boys from the pastoralist communities has been supported to attend secondary schools, colleges and Universities because their parents could not support their...

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EEMP School

EEMP School After the donation of 10 computers by Service Without Boarders (SWB), EEMPS started their first computer lab at school. These computers were named after wild animals available in Tanzania Ngorongoro crater. We have lion, Rhino, Eagle Cheetah, Giraffe and many others. Each computer has two users and passwords are set according to the computers name example Lion01Engaruka. Computer classes are taught every Thursday and Friday or sometimes during weekends. Students love computer classes and once it’s time to learn you will find them already seated with there computers on. Currently,...

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