Tanzania is rich in wildlife and scenic landscapes. The nation is home to Africa’s tallest mountain, Kilimanjaro, as well as the Serengeti Plains. Tanzania’s natural resources have made agriculture and tourism the most prominent sources of income.
However, lack of advanced technology and poor infrastructure has kept the country from improving its economy, and many often live in poverty. Malnutrition prevents many kids from reaching their potential and excelling in school.
In Tanzania, we work through schools to help children and their caregivers make choices that improve their daily lives. Through our programs, families learn skills that will help them provide a better future for their children.
To learn more about Feed the Children’s work in Tanzania and in other African countries, read our 2015 Africa Annual Report.