Hope for Tanzania

Changes and New Beginnings

Added 04 November 2012

2013 will see a huge change in the life of Felix and Naomi Massenge and Tuishime School. This is because Naomi will retire as headteacher of Kijenge Primary School having reached the age of 60. The Massenge's will lose the school house they have rented and will move into the bungalow which they built for their retirement. This bungalow has been used as classrooms at Tuishime for the last 12 years and is in need of major renovation which Hope for Tanzania will be funding. Naomi will take over as headteacher of Tuishime from September 2013. Please pray that the funds will be fully donated and the work completed by May so that the anxiety of the Massenge's can be disapated through the provision of God's love and provision.


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