Twiga Vision Tanzania was founded in 2013 by social worker Daniphord Mwajah. The organization has multiple programs including programs for schools and for disadvantaged women. In 2017 the foundation established a preschool called KHM for children from 4 to 6 years. And in 2019 a daycare centre named Unique Daycare was established for children 2 to 3 years old. As there are no state preschools in Tanzania, parents have to pay for these services. This leads to inequality as some children start primary school knowing how to read, write and do simple mathematics while others don’t have these skills.
The school started with only 5 children and has since grown to over 150 children. There are two classes in the preschool, and three classes in the daycare, with eight teachers in total. Twiga Vision Tanzania also provides all students with a daily meal to ensure they receive the nutrition they need.