Alumni in Tanzania organized a "Fun Day" for students in need of a smile.
YES Alumni put on a one-day Outreach Program in order to educate homeless youth about the coronavirus.
These Tanzanian alumni didn't let coronavirus stand in the way of their projects!
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In Tanzania, Wilbert has carried out many projects on education and youth empowerment.
Rupati from Tanzania has been supporting and empowering local orphanages in Dar-es-Salam.
A medical resident alumnus in Tanzania conducts a YES Alumni Grant project to combat gender-based violence.
Ibrahim helped create the Charity Club at his high school and they completed their first project together.
YES alumni and other volunteers cleaned up a beach with some helpful hands in Tanzania.
Alfred from Tanzania helped host a carnival to share some love with a community orphanage.
YES alumna Eddah and other university students have been volunteering at cancer hostels in Tanzania each week.
Alexis who has hosted six YES students so far shares how why hosting matters!
YES alumna Catherine brought her love for sports and fitness to her community's school.
YES alumni were invited to speak about the YES Program, ZAYAA and environmental issues on a weekly radio show.
YES Alumni in Zanzibar got together to paint a nursery school to enhance the children's learning.
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