Who we are

Kyosei means

‘living and working together for the common good’ as a “spirit of cooperation”.

Kyosei Foundation is an umbrella operating charitable organization and educational based non-profit founded in 2015 by Steven Saning’o with aid programs that provide education opportunities and community support in the least developed areas of Arusha, Tanzania. It is an officially registered charity with Registration No: 00NGO/08612. Kyosei aims to build the power of education to the Arusha community and thus build a brighter future to those in poverty in the local community and work together to help impoverished vulnerable children, girls, women and youths in Tanzania.
The focus of Kyosei Foundation is to create educational awareness and improve the lives of people in difficult situations, targeting:orphans, underprivileged children and women. We help them build a strong foundation, give them hope, and create second chances.

We cause partnerships and scholarships in order to eliminating poverty in Tanzania by collaborating with public schools, hospitals, orphanages, health centres, women groups, locals and international people to make every challenge in the community to be a success story towards the development people.

Presently Kyosei Foundation manages a preschool & early childhood development program for (3-6) years old children on two sites and operates a training centre in Arusha for secondary education program and vocational training programs for young adults between the age of 15 and 22 years old called Kyosei Training Centre.

At a glance

‘A Passion for Education’
With the motto “Start Small, Start Now” Kyosei’s founder Steven Saning’o began teaching english and computer skills to the underprivileged youths in a single rented room in Arusha.

Although he dropped out of the public educational system at a young age, but with support from his family, Steven was able to successfully start over again and continuous in high school to professional studies in tourism. Steven knew that most of his peers did not have the same support. His friends failed because of high tuition fees, an unstable family environment, and a lack of emphasis on education.

Tanzania’s “one-shot only” policy does not allow students a second chance in education, so for many, especially those living in poverty, there is little hope. Steven’s success story was rare, and he wanted to change that. Armed with a passion for education and a strong desire to help his local community, Steven set out to create awareness about the power of education, provide support to those around him, and create long-lasting change.

To raise awareness to the power of education and generate second change in the Tanzanian education system by providing support and opportunities to the disadvantaged children and youths of the Arusha community.

To build a brighter future to the community by catering to the diverse cultural, academic, socio-economic needs and maintain a reputation for being an inclusive and vibrant source of empowerment in Tanzania.

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