Education is about progression, from the lowest level, step by step, until the individual reaches his or her objective level, in most cases as high a level as can be possibly achieved. The same is true of educational institutions and Kilima Hewa is no different.
When Simpson Millar solicitor Sarah Grogan contacted Communication Workers’ Union Humanitarian Aid (CWUHA) in 2006 advising us of a possible educational project in Moshi, in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in North East Tanzania (in East Africa), teaching was being carried out under the trees on the farmland of Mr Massawe, a qualified teacher who had returned home to farm on the passing of his elderly parents.
Read about how the school has developed
Posted: 16th March 2015