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.
A report about special challenges of young Maasai in their education.
Khairaty becomes head girl at St. James Secondary School.
“My son, you see, practice makes perfect!” Joshua receives his Certificate of Secondary Education Examination with flying colors.
Findings from Uwezo Tanzania’s latest 2019 learning status report.
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.
Currently, the living situation here in Tanzania is becoming more and more frightening. The cost of living is high and it seems that Tanzanians have given up. In recent years, prices for foodstuffs such as rice and ugali flour have doubled.
Gloria’s grandmother is to be thanked from the bottom of her heart, because she is a brave woman, a fighter with sincere love, who fought for everything your granddaughter Gloria needed for a good education.
Pregnancy is an exciting and life-changing time. However, it does not mean that I have to give up my studies.
“The true benefit has become clear to me, contrary to my expectation, precisely not by those who benefit from Schulbank, but by those who could have benefited from Schulbank.”