Our Africa projects

Other funding projects

We support the Maasai Women Education Development Organization in Tanzania. The core values for this worthy organisation are to support the women’s indigenous culture and knowledge for development. MWEDO was established with a guiding principle to improve the quality of life and status of disadvantaged Maasai women empowering them by providing advisory services in advocacy, income generating activities, HIV/ Aids awareness, and education. 

To place a student in higher education costs £800 per year. infusionarts currently sponsor three girls from local villages to go to school, with the aim that they will go on to higher education.

Any donation you make will make a difference. infusionarts DOES NOT TAKE OUT ADMIN FEES OR SALARY FOR THIS. WE GIVE EVERY PENNY TO THE CAUSE.

Supporting Opportunities for Women

Life is often a struggle for many African people with many not having the means to obtain the necessary provisions for themselves and their families. During our trips to Tanzania it became clear to us that women are frequently left to struggle with the responsibility of raising their children alone.

infusionarts offers full backing to those who proactively seek to create work opportunities for themselves and we endeavour to help make their goals a success. One such example is a women's mobile catering team in Kigoma. Another is a young scheme currently being developed in Northern Tanzania where the Maasai communitiy are establishing education and working opportunities for young girls. The Trade Fair held in Arusha each year provides a perfect platform by which to promote awareness of their efforts.

We believe that every little positive effort can reap great rewards for those in greater need than ourselves; an ethos which we carry with great pride and determination.

TED Conference 2007
TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader.

“Africa: The Next Chapter”
In 2007 I attended the globol conference as an Infusionarts speaker in Arusha, Tanzania
June 4-7, 2007

To view the speakers including, Jane Goodall, Bono and many others go to www.ted.com and go to conferences.

We are proud to have attended The Jane Goodall institute in Kigoma this year and support the Roots and Shoots programme, an educational programme for young people to develop awareness of the value of their country’s natural environment.


Interacting with drama, dance, music, and art
to create and learn beyond words