Rural Schools

“States Parties shall promote and encourage international cooperation in matters relating to education, in particular with a view to contributing to the elimination of ignorance and illiteracy throughout the world and facilitating access to scientific and technical knowledge and modern teaching methods. In this regard, particular account shall be taken of the needs of developing countries.”

– UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 28

Technology could help rural areas become thriving and sustainable

As city populations swell, rural communities will get left behind unless there are improvements in infrastructure, connectivity and resilience,

The education of the world’s children is high on the global agenda. All children should receive free, good quality education. The reality is that millions of the world’s children are too poor to benefit from the declaration, unless there are special interventions that target their development. Unfortunately such children do not form a special social category in poverty eradication intervention programs. Thus, their inclusion in the achievement appears to be a hit-or-miss phenomenon.

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community in Majengo village learning computer

Recognizing the central role of poverty eradication in wider global agendas and acknowledging the need to reach out to the poorest children with the objective to break the poverty cycle for them, TAREO embarked on a program of education and poverty eradication.

All our schools are running successfully with our Learning through ICT strategy. However, we cannot solve the problems of youth poverty and bad education alone by ourselves. We invite individuals, companies and other organizations to help us helping by extending our workforce by volunteering, supporting us financially or with needed infrastructure, or adapting our ICT school strategy for other facilities throughout Tanzania and Africa.

MAJENGO Village is about exploring ways to create more equity between rural and urban communities in the pursuit of a more sustainable future”, said Bob abd Barbara voluntred in April 2016¬† from¬† world unite .

At the moment, we are running following schools in rural areas to improve the general and ICT education of young people in Tanzania: