Tariro is the shona word for “Hope”. Shona is one of the major languages in Ziimbabwe.
Tariro targets children aged 1 – 5 years as they increasingly survive the dangers of infant mortality.
Access to cognitive learning, good nutrition and child care are critical for child development.
Tariro is dedicated to enabling 4,000 indigent and socially excluded children to access quality pre-school for early learning and child development.
85% of brain development is completed by the age of 5 years.
Only 43% of Nigerian children under 5 years have access to early learning facilities (Daycare, Crèches and Kindergartens)
Nearly 90% of these are in the highest wealth quintileChildren of the poor miss out on early learning and cognitive development
These children are often found in markets, motors parks and walking the streets with limited access to early learning, nutrition and appropriate health care.
Your gift to IWG will enable TARIRO to:
Provide high quality early learning education to disadvantaged boys and girls between the ages of 1 and 5 years
Improve infrastructure and teaching materials
Improve competencies of teachers and carers
Provide access to early learning by indigent, vulnerable, physically challenged, socially excluded and displaced children
Provide new clothing to poor, displaced and vulnerable children
Provide exercise books to pupils in basic educational institutions in poor undeserved communities and locations.
Provide child care support for women in markets and motor parks
Partners of Tariro
- The Potter’s Imaginations
- Canaan Heritage Church
- Redeemed Christian Church
- Office of the Special Assistant Of the President
- British Education Consultants