Pioneering collaborative solutions to ignite change and end poverty.
With the students in Tanzania for only a few weeks, the construction was fast paced and exhausting but they did a phenomenal job working side by side with our local build team.
Eleven students and two faculty members head for Tanzania later this summer
Initial preparations to break ground on the Same Polytechnic College project have begun and our design team is headed out to Tanzania this coming August.
Earlier this month, Doggerel sat down with our co-founder David Lambert to talk about our approach to find sustainable solutions for poverty and our biggest project, the Same Polytechnic College.
Building a college is no small task. It takes a significant about of time, expertise and money to establish and grow any school but this challenge is especially great in the case of the Same Polytechnic College.
Encouraging both students and local residents to take advantage of shared opportunities.
After considerable discussion with local authorities, community leaders and our project partners, we have chosen a 102 acre plot of land located just outside the town of Same.