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Email: asantesana4education@gmail.com

P.O.Box 270177

West Hartford, CT 06127


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Asante Sana For Education is a 501(c)3 orginization in the U.S.A. and a registered NGO (Non-Government Orginization) in Tanzania.

August 4, 2018

       It’s been a little over one year since Seratiani, whose leg was amputated in 2016 due to severe Elephantiasis, received her prosthetic leg. After several months of physical therapy to learn to walk on her new leg she returned to her village in May 2017 with her...

August 16, 2017

Students Empowering Students member Rosemary Msoka has set the bar high for her fellow SES members!

       Rosemary has been a member of Asante Sana For Education’s Students Empowering Students Program since the very beginning in 2010 when she volunteered with us to tut...

August 15, 2015

This May, Grace left her high school in Connecticut to participate in a three-week ASFE student service trip in Tanzania. While in Tanzania, Grace worked with young students at both AMAP Preschool and Sarah Day Care Center, tutored and socialized with secondary student...

June 21, 2015

It was a beautiful afternoon in June when Emma, her sister Kikka and I left Bagamoyo to pick up Seratiani, her mother and young daughter in their village in Mnindi. For years ASFE has been trying to find help for Seratiani who is suffering from a severe case of Elephan...

April 24, 2015

Here we go again! Today Nathan Washburn, Jack Washburn, Grace Miller and I are to Bagamoyo to check on all our projects and students and prepare for the arrival of the film crew from JacksGap. As always I love bringing new people into our ASFE family and introducing th...

March 25, 2015

ASFE is excited to announce the addition of Emma Chami as the newest member of our team!

Emma Augusti Chami lives in Bagamoyo, Tanzania with her husband, Tuma, and son Derrick. Originally from Moshi Village in the Kilimanjaro region Emma is the fifth of six children. He...

November 28, 2014

The combined efforts of students from Whately Elementary School in Whately, Massachusetts, flowers from Brent Young in South Deerfield, Massachusetts,  ASFE Students Empowering Students members from Bagamoyo and our wonderful ASFE staff in Tanzania Mnindi Primary Schoo...

September 6, 2014

We arose early Saturday morning, picked up Mshindo (recovering from Malaria once again), Tuma and Mama Sophia and headed to Mnindi Primary School for a meeting with the Honorable Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa, Member of Parliament, Minister of Education and Vocational Training.


September 4, 2014

On Thursday, the morning after our late night arrival, Jack Tuma and I headed to Mnindi Primary School to check on the progress and meet with an NGO (Non-Government Organization). On my last visit in late June, the construction crew where demolishing and rebuilding the...

June 21, 2014

We woke up early this morning excited for the adventure we were about to have, but weary of the long day of traveling ahead of us. We drove to Dar Es Salaam and boarded a one-hour flight to Kilimanjaro which was pleasantly short compared to our original twelve-hour fli...

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