Hope for Tanzania

Could You Sponsor a Child?

Published 22 January 2012

Hope for Tanzania wants to increase the number of children that are sponsored at Tuishime School in order to make a significant difference to their lives. Many families are struggling with the high cost of living due to food and fuel price increases in 2011. This puts poor people under huge pressure and sometimes means that they have no option but to take their child out of school in order to reduce expenditure. It has a serious effect on the future of their child who may become unsettled and whose future is adversely affected. So if you are able to sponsor a child for £30 per month then we would be delighted to hear from you. It will make a huge difference to a family's life. Have a look at the "Get Involved" tab or call Martin on 01332 849753 to find out more.

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