Since 2014, ASAP has worked to develop Idetemya Secondary School into the model school it has become today. We have built and renovated 14 classrooms, teacher’s housing, composting toilets, rainwater catchment, two multipurpose science laboratories, a computer lab, a library, and a dormitory to provide 128 girls the support they need to thrive in school (the dormitory serves as the hub for The Kupanda Project, an initiative to increase secondary school graduation rates for girls in rural communities of Tanzania).
ASAP has also worked to improve the quality of education by conducting thorough teacher training and support; academic resources such as books, teacher technology and computers; and improved health and wellness through various school and community health programs.
Printers & photocopiers
Science lab equipment
Water, sanitation, & hygiene support
Menstrual health management support
COVID-19 education & PPE
Community health education