Earth Assistance

The Earth Assistance Foundation (EAF) is concentrating its work on the development of African village community schools, Village Health Centres the provision of water, hygiene facilities, environment restoration and the implementation of the UN Millenium Development Goals in remote Tanzanian villages.

Governed by long tried and well tested principles the EAF works in partnership with international donors, village governments and national Authorities. The EAF methods have earned the Foundation the reputation of being the leading developer of schools and villages in the areas where it works.

The work of the EAF is supported by an international membership and development partners.

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Adopt a School

Adopt a School is the program of the Earth Assistance Foundation through which the Foundation develops African village community schools.

Community schools are owned and built by the villagers, staffed by government teachers and teach the national curriculum. The schools are crudely constructed with poorly trained teachers and few, if any, facilities, books  or teaching materials.

The Adopt a School Program partners with selected schools, the local and national administrators and international partners to develop the school to optimum standard over a five year period.

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How to help

You can adopt an African school and make it your own or partner with an African village community to  build a classroom, provide desks or text books, train teachers or or provide any component that will make this essential village facility fully functional.

Adopt a School

Certainly the most effective and rewarding way to assist African development is to adopt a village school and make it your own.

You can watch the school and village develop from a chaotic jumble of partially build and dangerous buildings with demoralized teachers and students to a well designed and appropriately built school with all facilities. A school with contented teachers, students who receive a fine education and a village that has hope for a prosperous future.

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Nuru Primary School

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Consistent problems with work at Nuru Primary School have forced us to withdraw from the development of this school. EAF works with Tanzanian schools on basis of an open and transparent ...

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