We couldn’t do what we do without our great partners
Mara Regional Health Office
World Health Organization
Formerly our parent organization, REACH Shirati runs Tina’s Education Center (TEC) for primary school students in Shirati. They also provide vocational training and outreach groups for adults. With their help, we have made TEC a stronghold for students to learn and grow through our After School Program.
Paul Horton Visuals
The Generous View Studio
The Generous View Studio is a privately owned meeting space in Boulder, Colorado, dedicated to spreading awareness of global issues in general and Maji Safi Group’s work in Tanzania in particular. Through professionally taught classes and informal gatherings, the studio supports the creative community in Boulder and generates revenue for nonprofits through class and rental fees.
Whittier International Elementary School
Maji Safi Group hosts read-a-thons at Whittier and other schools to support our After School Program. Participants spread awareness and raise contributions for MSG by recruiting sponsors for each book they read. This grassroots fundraising partnership with Whittier benefits youths in the US and Tanzania by promoting reading and providing school supplies for our After School Program.
Washington University in St. Louis
Most members of MSG’s administrative team were once students of World Learning programs. In 2013, we reignited our relationship with the organization after winning a World Learning Advancing Leaders Fellowship. Their generous contributions have strengthened our programs and helped us continue to reach out to vulnerable populations such as fishermen and women. Our relationship continues to grow as we provide volunteer opportunities for World Learning students doing their independent study projects in Tanzania.
Wesleyan University awarded Max Perel-Slater and Otis Posson the Christopher Brodigan Fund Award (2011, 2012). In 2013, MSG started a Cardinal Fellowship for Wesleyan students interested in working in Tanzania’s Rorya District. In the past, Wesleyan University’s dance troop, Terpsichore, has supported the MSG Singing and Dance Group through their performances.
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Population Services International (PSI)
We work with Population Services International (PSI) to distribute WaterGuard, a chlorine water treatment product. The product is an alternative to boiling water, thus avoiding the use of firewood. WaterGuard is a staple of our water treatment methods in Shirati, and with the continued help of PSI, we will increase the number of people using the product.