Hope for Tanzania

Update on Tanzania

Published 19 May 2013

Felicia, who we sponsored through her B.Ed. degree, has now started a teaching post in a secondary school in Tanga. Paul, the husband of Maria, who we also sponsored, is still in search of a job.
The bungalow is nearing completion and the Masenge's will occupy it in July. They are looking forward to being at the school and playing a bigger role in its day to day life.
Moses, another previously sponsored mature student, is a ward educational officer responsible for 18 schools. He has great responsibility and is doing well. He is considering studying for a degree in order to remain competitive in his job, as increasing numbers of his colleagues are graduates. He fears losing his job if he doesn't improve his educational level.


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