Mission: Kujali international's mission is to equip orphaned and vulnerable youth with the tools, resources, and opportunities to overcome poverty and become agents of change. Kujali helps establish and lead programs that provide disadvantaged youth with access to quality education, life skills training, career readiness and advocacy support, and a safe, nurturing community in which to learn, grow, and develop skills that promote self-sufficiency. Kujali's activities include investments in educational facilities and equipment; academic and vocational training scholarships for low-income youth; capacity-building initiatives in staff development and program management; funding for youth-based social enterprises that are income-generating and that teach entrepreneurial business skills; and coordination of volunteer and adventure travel experiences that facilitate cross-cultural exchange and learning.
Programs: Successful financing and management of a free educational youth center that served 35-50 orphaned and vulnerable post-secondary students, and provided life skills training, secondary education classes, mentorship, and career advocacy services in the city of dar-es-salaam, tanzania. Expenses include staff salaries and benefits; rent and maintenance of facilities; educational program supplies and materials; office supplies; and a small events budget.
provision of academic scholarships to low-income youth in tanzania for vocational training and higher learning, which included funds for tuition fees, books, school supplies, food, housing, and transport.
the successful continuation of kujali's volunteer and adventure travel experiences, which promotes cross-cultural exchange and creates high-impact learning opportunities for international travelers seeking to expand their understanding of philanthropy and development, secondary education, and culture in tanzania, while also raising awareness and support for kujali's programs and efforts in tanzania. Expenses include travel, lodging, local transport, food, and supplies.