Fullness of Life at Emusoi
A few months ago, Gregg Brekke, a photojournalist and writer, came to our center to know more about our works with the pastoralist and hunter-gatherer communities in Tanzania. He interviewed […]
A Partnership that Empowers
The African proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” best describes what our center has been doing when we have partnered with different individuals and groups since 1999. […]
Emusoi in a Nutshell
Emusoi Center in Arusha, Tanzania is a center for young Pastoralist/Hunter-Gatherer women. It is run by Sr. Mary Vertucci, A Maryknoll Sister with a dedicated staff of Tanzanians. At present, […]
Our Emusoi Story
EDUCATE. EMPOWER. INSPIRE. Since 1999, Emusoi Centre in Arusha, Tanzania has been educating, empowering and inspiring young women from the Pastoralist and Hunter-Gatherer Communities, namely the Maasai, Hadzabe, Barbaig, Tatoga […]
An Emusoi Christmas Story
For this Christmas 2022, allow us to share our version of a Christmas Story through the journey of one of our former students, Rosa.
Maasai Women on the Move
This poem was written by Maasai Women from Lampapuli, Kiteto District, Manyara Region in 1980.
Passing it on: Some Advice from our Advance Level Students
Imparting experiences and knowledge to our students is very important to us. What better way for our current Pre-Secondary Students to learn more about life and the different challenges in […]
From Students to Teachers: Conversations with our Future Educators
Amidst the uncertainty and the different struggles that 2022 brought to us, four of our former students persevered and completed their Diploma Courses in Education. All four of them will […]