Assistance in basic education at secondary school level
Global Health Education Partnership Program
The program includes hosting of visiting medical students, doctors in training, and their professors, who will partner with us (SHED Foundation) to analyze village health issues and work to educate patients and most of all improve village health of underserved Tanzania communities. Others such as physician assistant students and nursing students have spent elective rotations at our facilities.
GlobeMed, the Duke University Chapter
In 2015, SHED Foundation became the official partner of GlobeMed, the Duke University Chapter. The program carried forward the schistosomiasis control work already started under VLOP in their target villages and others in selected primary schools in Rorya District, Mara Region. This partnership concluded in 2017. Starting in 2016, the Tanzania Ministry of Health started doing annual zonal mass treatment in Lake Zone for schistosomiasis, in primary schools, including schools previously targeted by SHED Foundation and Village Life Outreach Project.
GIFT IN KIND
Mama Africa Project 2006: This project provided material aid to orphaned primary school children by Mama Africa Foundation of Canada