Envaya enables grassroots civil society organizations to easily create websites, publish their latest news, interact with grantmakers, and collaborate with other organizations and people around the world.
FOT was established in 1991 as a means for Tanzanians and non-Tanzanians to work together, learn from each other, learn more about Tanzania and to support worthy projects in Tanzania -- giving back to a country many of them have come to love. Many of them (and that is nearly 400 all over the USA) are Returned Peace Corps Volunteers; others are former Teachers for East Africa or volunteers with various other secular or religious organizations. More recently, members are travelers or commercial sector visitors and employees formerly in Tanzania. They have always welcomed Tanzanians, several of whom have served on their Board and Committees and who are vital for their success.
Tanzania Library Services Board (TLSB) is a national institution under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training established by the 1963 act of parliament, and later on repealed by the 1975 act. The Act requires the Board to promote, establish, equip and develop libraries, information centers, and documentation centers in Tanzania. TLSB has the role of ensuring that it provides information to all groups of people including:- children, youth, adults, and disadvantaged groups. In carrying out the above responsibilities TLSB acquires, organizes and distributes books, non-book materials and other forms of information materials to individuals, schools, Institutions and public in general.
TETEA is dedicated to expanding educational opportunities in Tanzania through providing scholarships to needy students and working to develop learning centers in the country.
TETEA was founded in November 2008 and is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.