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£114
raised of £1,800 target by 9 supporters

    Weʼve raised £114 to Build a School for the local children of Arusha Tanzania

    Arusha, Tanzania
    Funded on Friday, 1st November 2019

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    Story

    Clever Kids English Medium School located in Arusha, Tanzania currently has only one school operating known as "Volea School". The school have classes with kids from 3-11 years old. The school currently consist of one class room that is divided by cardboard into three smaller areas, where 3 teachers trying to educate a baby group (3-4 years old), second group (5-7 years old) and third group (8-11years old). Unfortunately the thin cardboard divides between the groups, with plenty of wholes in them results in huge distraction for kids, as the younger groups learn English through singing and playing, which disturbs and distracts those older one that trying very hard to concentrate on their much more difficult class work.

    In Tanzania, in order to become an officially registered school, it is a government requirement for a educational unit to consist of at least three separate class rooms. Unfortunately where and how Volea School is located, it has been impossible to build further class rooms to allow more kids from the area to gain their education and to become a official school.

    Therefore, in order to achieve this, Juma Masoud - Clever Kids / Volea English Medium School founder, has taken a loan to buy land on the outskirts of Arusha, where this beautiful project has started becoming a reality! So along with huge help and support from his family, as well as international volunteers coming from all over the world to help teach, we have managed to build one classroom.

    As a team we have been working really hard on completing this project, but the support from sponsors at this stage is vital to help finish the school. With the money raised we are going to build the further two classrooms & provide running water. This is in oder to become an official educational organisation, where we will be able to get a further help and support for our pupils from the Tanzanian government.

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    • Harry Wilson1 year ago
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      Harry Wilson

      1 year ago

      The Kids waiting for their lunches

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    Supporters

    9

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 14, 2019

    • Harry Hunt

      Harry Hunt

      Nov 30, 2018

      £10.00

    • Jennifer Sabell

      Jennifer Sabell

      Nov 15, 2018

      What a great cause ... hope you manage to reach the target 👍x

      £10.00

    • Peter Wilson

      Peter Wilson

      Nov 8, 2018

      Keep up the good work Harry and Natalia....love to you both....the kids look amazing and as you say giving so much back to you too!Love Peter & Caroline xx

      £30.00

    • Jerzy Dehling

      Jerzy Dehling

      Nov 6, 2018

      Szczytny cel, powodzenia :)

      £20.00

    • Sylwia  Paluch

      Sylwia Paluch

      Nov 5, 2018

      £10.00

    • Mama Natali

      Mama Natali

      Nov 4, 2018

      Tmwisniewska@gmail.com

      £10.00

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    Harry Wilson

    Harry Wilson

    Arusha, Tanzania

    Myself & Natalia are currently teaching at the school & would love to help it grow.

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