The WTA is serving as the technical lead on a DFID funded project in Tanzania to improve employment and entrepreneurship through technology.  Called the Cycle of Transformation, the project uses the WildTech model to train students in technology skills in the classroom, then engage them in real technology work in service to their community.  During August and September of 2017, WTA staff were in Tanzania, evaluating the impact of the program and helping World Vision Tanzania to incorporate improvements.  It went really well, with DFID providing an eight month extension to the project.  We will be back in Tanzania in January of 2018.