Hope for Tanzania

Moses Paulo

Added 03 July 2010

Moses is one of our Futures graduates who lives with his wife, Mary and children Mkapa, Irene, Joram and Tabitha on the outskirts of Arusha. He works as an educational officer supervising the work of three primary schools. In addition he voluntarily helps a group of women to develop their business skills by teaching them English and accounting. He is Maasai and has a deep longing to help the Maasai people in his birth village. We have asked him to carry out an assessment of their physical and spiritual needs so that we establish how best to help them. We want to see Moses and Mary’s children grow to have a deep love for Jesus which will give them the strong motivation needed to be a good example to their friends.


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