Tanzanian Village School Update

Since 2008 CWUHA has supported a school in Moshi, Tanzania.

Mr Masawee, the headmaster of the Kilima Hewa village school, appealed for help from CWUHA via Sarah Grogan a Simpson Millar solicitor who spent time in the school teaching the children.

The original school which Sarah attended comprised of one small room, which was part of the farm that Mr Masawee and his family worked to support the education of about 30 children, it was far from ideal.

Now CWUHA sponsors the education of 50 + children, supported the building of  3 classrooms, installed toilets, electricity and supplied school equipment.

The school now teaches 90 children and is now a lifelong learning hub for the community.

We are now working with the Koala Projectand volunteers from to further improve the school.

Read the full Tanzania Village School 2015 Report here.

Posted: 10th July 2015

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