Investours contributes directly to poverty alleviation in Mexico and Tanzania through cultural “microfinance tours.” We bring small groups of socially responsible tourists to meet artisans who are applying for small loans. Revenue from each tour is pooled and disbursed as an interest-free micro-loan to help grow one of the businesses. Later, we engage our tour alumni to stay involved in our microfinance efforts and committed to fighting global poverty.
Do they know what a mouse is? Have they ever heard of Google? Pemba Island public library has no computers. Zilch, Nada, Nil! Let's change that
GSC have teamed up with Mkombozi in urban redevelopment project aimed at creating opportunity for street kids through sustainable agriculture/gardening education. The kids with our help, will manage the gardens. The space will also be used for classes in various other areas such as nutrition, HIV/AIDS education etc. Produce from the garden will hopefully generate an income big enough for them to rent a room and get themselves off the streets.
The Tanzanian coffee farmers struggle to survive in today's competitive marketplace is nurtured by its lack of available resources. A quality coffee product requires coffee processing equipment and the appropriate training to sustain a profitable coffee future.
TPM uses ecotourism as a catalyst for economic development projects that are culturally and environmentally sustainable.
TAYEN’s vision is to have youth in Tanzania develop a positive attitude towards environmental conservation, so that the world we are living in can be a better place for both present and future generations. Our mission is to establish a network that will promote Children and Youth participation in environmental conservation initiatives based on actions for environmental conservation and natural resource management for sustainable development.
We want to create a women's handicraft cooperative in rural Pangani, Tanga.