Teachers attending a six day technology training course sponsored by RAWLI

Introducing a Digital Age Learning Environment (DALE) to Tanzania’s schools – students using RAWLI’s Swahili Bubble Bath App


These students had no books in their school until RAWLI them built a library.

Carissa Mallory paints bookshelves for a new library at Gerezani Primary School (2014)

This is a classroom at New Hope Ed Center in Arusha before RAWLI provided the school with 100 desks and chairs. (2016)


Volunteer Ken Campbell helps palletize desks and chairs recycled from Liberty Hill ISD and saved from Texas landfills. (2016)


When Tanzania began funding secondary school, this created an emergency crisis to find desks and chairs for the increase in student attendance. RAWLI was happy to help support Tanzania’s school desk initiative by delivering 350 desks and chairs recycled from Liberty Hill ISD in Texas.

Students in this classroom at Kinyerezi Primary in Dar es Salaam now have desks and chairs.

Cara Mallory (l) and Sara Campbell (r) purchasing iPad minis at the Apple Store in Chicago

Students learning English with the Swahili Bubble Bath App developed by Overpass Ltd UK