A decade of education:
The SCHULBANK family celebrates 10 years of scholarship program in Tanzania.

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Congratulations!
Hongera!

A decade of education:
The SCHULBANK family celebrates 10 years of the scholarship program in Tanzania.

all articles for the anniversary

Congratulations!
Hongera!

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Deine 100% Spende wird ausschließlich für Schulgebühren eingesetzt.

Du trägst zur Chancengleichheit und  zu einem bis zu 4x höheren Einkommen bei.

Du finanzierst einen hochwertigen Bildungsweg für Waisenkinder an den besten Schulen Tansanias.

Equal opportunities for everyone.

Qualified education for orphans


SCHULBANK scholarships give needy orphans access to qualified education and thus a perspective of financial security, self-determination and contentment in their country.

Backgrounds and principles of our work.

Philipp Weischer, Projekte

Educational misery in Tanzania.

Qualified education is the exception rather than the rule in Tanzania’s state schools. Parents who have the opportunity send their child to a private school.

AIDS – 1.3 million orphans.

Tanzania has one of the highest rates of AIDS in the world. As a result, the number of orphans in Tanzania is very high. Children born with minimal educational opportunities.

Support development with scholarships from SCHUL BANK

Why do we support through a scholarship program? Because we don’t want to get involved in education and don’t want to invest in infrastructure projects. Because we believe in the potential of the young generation of Tanzania and want to support their efforts directly and fight for equal opportunities.

For our educational sponsors, this is the most sustainable form of support.

More information about our scholarship program

How a sponsorship helps

For SCHULBANK, sponsorships are an important, but not the only, financing component of our scholarship program. Shoulder to shoulder with parents, schools, orphanages and many others, the school costs are borne together. Around half of the costs are already covered by Tanzanian participation. We call this solidarity help.

For our sponsors, this is a type of support that allows them to see the impact of their support directly and yet at a reasonable distance. Our sponsorships are deliberately different from typical child sponsorships.

More information about our educational sponsorships

Where we work

The centre of concentration for aid organisations in Tanzania is in the north of the country. Reason enough for us to move to the southern high mountains of Tanzania, where aid rarely arrives and poverty and AIDS reach their highest levels.

More information about our second home in Tanzania

SCHULBANK Family celebrates 10 years of scholarship program in Tanzania.

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A decade of education: SCHULBANK Family celebrates 10 years of scholarship program in Tanzania!

Vainess is finishing her first semester of business administration at the top of her class!

Our scholarship recipient, Vainess, has proven to be the most outstanding student in the first year of her Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration and Finance at St. John's University in Dodoma.

“I see the value of education as something that makes me grow up and mature” – Rechor Ismail

A report about special challenges of young Maasai in their education.

Khairaty becomes head girl at St. James Secondary School.

Khairaty becomes head girl at St. James Secondary School.

My son, you see, practice makes perfect!

"My son, you see, practice makes perfect!" Joshua receives his Certificate of Secondary Education Examination with flying colors.

Are our children still learning?

Findings from Uwezo Tanzania's latest 2019 learning status report.

Violence and brutality on school roads in Iringa

There is increasing violence and brutality against students on the streets of Iringa, causing concern in the community. These assaults have long-lasting physical and psychological effects on children, including injuries, early pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, and loss of life.

Proud of top grades in final exams

Twelve scholarship holders of SCHULBANK e.V. graduated from St. James Kilolo Secondary School after the fourth grade with the first of two secondary school diplomas.

With a scholarship to top grades throughout Tanzania.

Because of her top grades, Niwaheri was awarded a special certificate of recognition from the state. A letter to the SCHULBANK family.

SCHULBANK Family celebrates 10 years of scholarship program in Tanzania.

A decade of education: SCHULBANK Family celebrates 10 years of scholarship program in Tanzania!
October 23, 2023/by Alexander

Vainess is finishing her first semester of business administration at the top of her class!

Our scholarship recipient, Vainess, has proven to be the most outstanding student in the first year of her Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration and Finance at St. John's University in Dodoma.
October 23, 2023/by Edgar Mgembe

“I see the value of education as something that makes me grow up and mature” – Rechor Ismail

A report about special challenges of young Maasai in their education.
September 29, 2023/by Edgar Mgembe

Khairaty becomes head girl at St. James Secondary School.

Khairaty becomes head girl at St. James Secondary School.
September 29, 2023/by Edgar Mgembe

My son, you see, practice makes perfect!

"My son, you see, practice makes perfect!" Joshua receives his Certificate of Secondary Education Examination with flying colors.
March 28, 2023/by Alexander

Are our children still learning?

Findings from Uwezo Tanzania's latest 2019 learning status report.
March 19, 2023/by Alexander

Violence and brutality on school roads in Iringa

There is increasing violence and brutality against students on the streets of Iringa, causing concern in the community. These assaults have long-lasting physical and psychological effects on children, including injuries, early pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, and loss of life.
February 27, 2023/by Alexander

SCHULBANK at Rotary in Iringa

January 29, 2023/by Alexander
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Tailwind – When our sponsors talk…

Not only the work with our pupils and students makes our hearts beat faster. If sponsors, after careful examination, consider our work worth supporting, then we feel momentum.

I immediately liked SCHULBANK when I read about it in the Westfälische Nachrichten. A great commitment and the right concept in my opinion. Today I am the sponsor of little Meschack and am happy to be able to help so directly. Who knows, maybe I’ll even visit my godchild. Keep it up SCHULBANK!

Schulbank is accessible to us, not an anonymous organization with a hotline. So we just met up with the Kösters one evening and had them explain to us exactly what school desks are doing in Tanzania. After that, no questions were left unanswered and we know our donations are in good hands.

Donations in education, the transparency of the SCHULBANK, little bureaucracy – all this convinced me to take part. Here I can easily see where my donation will be used and which child will benefit from it. I’m happy to support that.

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