It’s located in the remote areas of Dar es Salaam city, specifically Majohe Village, surrounded by evergreen trees and a very pleasant environment for studies
“I decided to name it Egalitarian because the school could not adhere to any kind of segregation whether religious aspects, ethics and cultural.”
We are positive that education is able to eliminate poverty. We are positive that knowledge makes our children happy and free. This was the good reason why we had started a public school in Tanzania.
We, Tanzanians, Hungarians, Germans, Croatians, New-Zealanders, young and older, better-off and those living in a small way all share the same opinion: only the doers, only the active communities are capable of making our world a better place. If you agree, join us!