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Published: January 18th 2016
Join us virtually – as ETI and UMN head to Karagwe, Tanzania
January 21 – 31, 2016
Jan 21 - DEP to Tanzania (via Amsterdam & Uganda)
Jan 22 - ARR - Entebbe, Uganda
Jan 23 - ARR - Kayanga, Tanzania
Jan 24 - Church & Planning
Jan 25 - Jan 29 - ETI/KAD Summit;
ETI/UMN Baseline Data Collection
REAS Agricultural Team from Sweden joins us in Karagwe
Jan 30 - DEP Entebbe, Uganda
Jan 31 - ARR MSP
Jan Hansen (ETI) and Chris Johnstone (UMN) will do their best to blog and keep the ETI family informed of the latest adventures en route to and in Karagwe. And depending upon connection capabilities we may even be able to upload photos. If you have been following us for a while, you know that at times it can takes hours to upload a single photo. Yes – be grateful for the connections we enjoy in our homeland.
Chris Johnstone, UMN
Jan Hansen, ETI
The KARUCO Impact Study
will assess community impact:
2) gender equity and
3) environmental sustainability
prior to opening and then for the lifetime of the university. We need to measure what things are like before KARUCO has its impact. This is what we are doing on this trip.
Then, once students are engaged and programs are operating, data from the impact study will help KAD (Karagwe Diocese) manage KARUCO and make relevant adjustments to programs. ETI and UMN share a deep commitment to assessment and evaluation and believe that solid data collection leads to greater accountability and better programs, and gives donors the facts they need to make informed decisions about their donor dollars.
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Take me to the Educate Tanzania website: www.educatetanzania.org
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