Simbas Community Center: 

First established as a children’s home with a focus on sustainable family reunification, our foundation has evolved into Simbas Community Center that officially opened January 2017.  Our community center strives to empower the surrounding areas by providing resources, education and support to children and families. We believe that by strengthening the children we strengthen the entire community.  

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SIMBAS CLUB

SIMBAS OUTREACH

EIK PROGRAM

  Simbas Club:  Through the after school program Simbas Club we offer a variety of education electives that are not currently offered through the public school system. These electives included sports teams, music classes, drama, dance, arts & crafts as well as homework help and library hours in the centers library. The club is free to all participants and is offered to  children between the ages of 8 - 18 years old.

Simbas Club: Through the after school program Simbas Club we offer a variety of education electives that are not currently offered through the public school system. These electives included sports teams, music classes, drama, dance, arts & crafts as well as homework help and library hours in the centers library. The club is free to all participants and is offered to  children between the ages of 8 - 18 years old.

  EIK PROGRAM (Education is Key):  We partner with the public schools in the community and offer English and Binti Yetu (Our Daughters in Kiswahili) clubs during school hours. Our English clubs run by Simbas teachers aim to improve on students english knowledge in primary public schools. In addition we offer professional development workshops to the teachers in public schools to help bring alternative teaching styles into the tanzanian curriculum.Our Binti Yetu (Our Daughters in Kiswahili) club focus on empowering young women and girls by giving them an open and free place to learn about women's right, gender equality and sexuality.

EIK PROGRAM (Education is Key): We partner with the public schools in the community and offer English and Binti Yetu (Our Daughters in Kiswahili) clubs during school hours. Our English clubs run by Simbas teachers aim to improve on students english knowledge in primary public schools. In addition we offer professional development workshops to the teachers in public schools to help bring alternative teaching styles into the tanzanian curriculum.Our Binti Yetu (Our Daughters in Kiswahili) club focus on empowering young women and girls by giving them an open and free place to learn about women's right, gender equality and sexuality.

  Simbas Outreach:  Through working with the community leaders we identify projects that are aligned with the Simbas mission and the needs of the community. Our hope is to work alongside the Tanzania government to help improve on the already existing infrastructure.

Simbas Outreach: Through working with the community leaders we identify projects that are aligned with the Simbas mission and the needs of the community. Our hope is to work alongside the Tanzania government to help improve on the already existing infrastructure.