About Tanzania and Malawi

More than 59 million people live in Tanzania and neighboring Malawi.

In 2011, less than 400,000 young people graduated from secondary school in these two countries.

We aim to be a part of changing that.

Of the more than 170 people groups in Tanzania and Malawi, nearly a quarter have no viable church.

Millions of people in villages throughout these countries have yet to hear the Gospel.

We aim to be a part of changing that.

Hundreds of thousands of people in villages across Tanzania and Malawi have little access to adequate medical care.

Over eleven percent of all children die before the age of five.

We aim to be a part of changing that.

Per capita income in both Tanzania and Malawi is less than a dollar a day making it impossible for most families to meet even the most basic of human needs.

The rural poor have little hope of ever escaping from poverty.

We aim to be a part of changing that.

AIDS is creating a tragedy of momentuous proportions all across Tanzania and Malawi.

There are today more than 1,900,000 orphans, the vast majority of whom have no hope of ever going to school.

We aim to be a part of changing that.

If you want to learn more about one of the best agencies helping with education in Tanzania, take a look at the website of Haki Elimu (which means Right to Education in Swahili): HakiElimu

If you want to learn more about what the Tanzanian and Malawian governments have to say about education, poverty and access to medical care, visit their websites: Tanzania Government and Malawi Government

If you want to be challenged about how to serve, and more importantly how not to serve, spend 30 minutes listening to Oscar Muiru's address to 16,000 college students at Urbana 2009.