Current Projects

We strongly believe that education is the key to success. Whereas success to us means, being able to live a self-determined and happy life. With the projects we support as Tabasamu e.V. we are trying to contribute.

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Future needs education

Become a sponsor and give a child the opportunity for a more self-determined life. With 100 EURO per month, we can send a child to a good private school. 120 Euro pro Monat können wir ein Kind auf eine gute Privatschule schicken. Mit 50 Euro pro Monat sichern wir den Schulbesuch an einer öffentlichen Schule, leisten Gesundheitsvorsorge und können auch einmal Nahrungsmittel ausgeben.
It is also possible to share a sponsorship and smaller donations are used to fill some gaps and cover some emergency measures.
We know all the children personally and visit them regularly.

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“Help me to get dressed, so I can learn”

In Tanzania there are more than 18.000 primary schools. 95% of them are government schools, that do not charge school fees.
However, a school uniform is compulsory and many of the families especially in rural areas cannot afford it. With only 20 Euro we can equip a child with a school uniform and enable the way to a more self-determined life.

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Within the last years there have luckily been some political decisions and laws, that have improved women’s rights in Tanzania. The role of a woman in this country is still very conservative and patriarchal and women are still disadvantaged. This has especially an impact regarding the access of education for girls and young women. Together with local NGO’s we are trying to improve the path into a self-determined life with the help of education and healthcare programs.

Light and water

Running water and electricity is still a rarity in many Masai areas of Tanzania. However, both are enormously important to avoid diseases and dangerous situations. Most Masai buy their water in buckets at remote water points. Nevertheless, the water is not clean and not sufficient, which in turn causes diseases such as typhoid. With a well, people could provide themselves with enough clean drinking water.

Having power at home can save lives, when living in a Masai village! The sun is gone by 7 pm in Tanzania. Poisonous snakes can sneak into the village and get the chickens, or lions try to snatch cows under the cover of darkness. A few solar lamps can quickly remedy this situation.

Wasser und Solar

Support a local artist!

We market local art and provide artists a chance to show themselves beyond the borders of Tanzania. This includes selling their handmade colourful products or musical instruments to earn their living.

Ausbildung statt Arbeitslosigkeit

Das Rwenzori Vocational College in Kasese / Uganda besteht wurde 2007 gegründet. Mehr als 1000 Jugendliche wurden bereits im Rahmen einer Berufsausbildung im Gastgewerbe und Schneiderei ausgebildet. Neben der Ausbildung versucht das College durch einkommenschaffende Maßnahmen sich selbst zu tragen. Keine leichte Aufgabe, insbesondere weil das angemietete Land auf dem das College steht zu Ende 2024 in den Eigenbedarf des Vermieters übergeht. Ziel ist nun, ein eigenes Grundstück zu erwerben und durch den Neubau des Colleges die Nachhaltigkeit zu sichern.

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