There is a substantial skills gap between what students are taught and what employers require in East Africa. Among the soft and hard skills about 40% of Tanzanian employers assessed English and IT knowledge as being inadequate. This skills gap needs to be bridged in order to maintain economic growth, reduce unemployment and eradicate poverty.
Our Academy Program consists of activities addressing these challenges. Together with selected partners, we connect talented students with employers through trainings and networking events, internship programs and offering recruitment services.
Would you like to become a supporter of our Academy program? Email us to set up an appointment and boost your impact.
We believe in young changemakers and their ability to achieve sustainable and long-term positive change for themselves, their family and their community. Yet, we see that youth face challenges and preconditions that are not fair.
of children in Tanzania obtain formal education
proceed to enroll in higher education
of all employers in Tanzania rated education as the biggest obstacle when selecting candidates
OUR ACADEMY PROGRAM
OUR ACADEMY PROGRAM
IT BOOT CAMP
The IT Boot Camp provides our students with a one week intensive training in basic computer skills. The aim is to equip female students with practical knowledge needed to take power over their future, there income and their lives.
Our students engage in interactive workshops and training in CV enwriting interview skills, entrepreneurship, leadership, ethics and corruption prevention.
We arrange company visits to give students insights into the labour market and to establish a valuable network with companies within their field of study.
CREATING A PATH TO RECRUITMENT
We help students find opportunities for internships, trainee programs and jobs and companies find talent. This boosts both young professionals and companies, and in turn contributes to future growth and development in East Africa.
"We need the whole of the population towards development. And we can't forget the women."
Follow Salma Walele, Bachelor's Degree in Medicine, to the IT Boot Camp in Dar es Salaam and experience what Help to Help Academy is all about.
PARTICIPANTS ENGAGED IN OUR ACTIVITIES 2019
OF THE PARTICIPANTS WERE FEMALES
PARTICIPANTS PER IT BOOT CAMP
"When somebody wants to learn anything, they ask as I'm considered to be a super computer woman."
Meet Gloria Amadeus, one of our young changemakers and former participant in our Academy Program. She shares her knowledge with her community by teaching friends some of her acquired skills, mostly by showing them how to use Microsoft tools. She also helped her mother to write a job application and she got the job.
Boost your impact and become a supporter of our Academy Program. Send us an email and we will set up up appointment to discuss how we change the world together.