Partnerships for Sustainable Community Development (PSCD) is a long-term collaborative alliance of local and international organizations dedicated to improving local livelihoods.
The Tanzania Partnership Program (TPP) is the first initiative of PSCD. Tanzania was selected as the initial location for PSCD based on need, potential for success, MSU's experience in the region, and an array of interested partners.
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How We Do it
- Improving Access to Quality Water (VIDEO)
- Tanzania Partnership Program is working to help bring a permanent, safe source of drinking water to Naitolia
- Feeding Minds, Fighting Hunger
- When children are hungry, school attendance falls and dropout rates increase.
- Sustainable Community Development (PDF)*
- Moving the program from design to development
- Poor or Well Off?
- Community members in our two target communities determined characteristics describing well-off and poor households.
- Creating Resilient Communities
- The majority of Tanzanians live in communities and face a number of challenges, including a lack of access to education and to clean water. The Tanzania Partnership Program and associated faculty are working side by side with universities, foundations, and residents of the villages of Milola and Naitolia to create sustainable solutions that will bring academic and economic opportunities to this African country.