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    Weʼve raised £0 to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable children at Kigoma-Ujiji municipal / Tanzania

    Kigoma - Ujiji Municipal/ Tanzania
    Closed on Friday, 6th October 2017

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    Kigoma -ujiji (historical town) is one of the districts in Kigoma region with population size of 215,458. The main economic activities of the district are (Fishing, Trading, Small scale Agriculture and Small scale industries). Population livelihood in the district is poor due to insufficient food production , traditional agricultural technique, low production of small scale fishing and industries; with major constraints the lack of education, entrepreneurial skills and primary capital. Thus, the majority of peasants and low income earners are under extreme poverty and thus, are unable to cover their vital needs including education support to children and girls. Due to this, parents (especially men) are forced to abandon their families, leaving their children under orphanhood, and wives under widowhood deprived of any support. These families’ Children, especially girls are deprived of supports, mainly educational support, and thus force the children into street children with neglected future and the girls into prostitution and early pregnancy danger. In Kigoma/ujiji the case is very intense, a variety of initiatives have been taken to help this deprived group, but in vain compared to the increase number of this groups requiring much effort and support.

    Dear Sisters and Brothers, I am certain you are all conscious of what is happening to deprived children.

    The vulnerable children face further burdens through gravidity, and their overall status within society; 68% of children are either orphans or vulnerable.

    Besides, most children cannot live like others, they are more likely to be extremely poor, have little or no schooling, be without vocational skills, have less access to public services, be physically, or psychologically abused.They make up, without doubt, one of the most excluded and isolated groups of people in every society, being triply disadvantaged by their extreme poverty status.

    I'm looking for supporters who can help these children to realize their dreams, to have a better life in the future. I envision a future where all children have the chance to learn, to go to school. They would be able to overcome the stark inequality they now face. They could flourish and create powerful and healthy communities.

    Enoch was born on 7/8/2010 ; Christina was born on 14/07/2012 , at Maweni hospital at Kigoma / Tanzania. Despite the financial difficulties this year is in STD 1, he loves to learn books, write stories, drawing and ask question, love play music instruments, play football and different games. Christina is in Kindergarten, next year she will be in SDT1. She love singing, able to dance, smiling, she like to read and write, Enoch and Christina wake up early in the morning take the way to school without drink a cup of tea as habitually !!! The lack of income in family caregivers puts extra pressure on children, in some cases driving them to the streets to work, beg or seek food.

    As you all know, education plays a crucial role in improving the prospects of children and securing their future, and a good school education gives children a higher self-esteem, better job predictions and economic objectivity as well as lifting them out of poverty. Therefore, there is an urgent need to help, care and protect them.

    If this situation is not addressed, and not addressed now with increased urgency, millions of children will continue to die, and tens of millions more will be further marginalized, stigmatized, malnourished, uneducated, and psychologically damaged.

    Your supports will enable the children to get a hope on their future life and to let down all evidences of joining subversive activities to finance their life, and the reduction of the rate of the extreme poverty to children is a notable progress which will undoubtedly be caused by your supports.So, please, become the helper, help them, lift them out of carelessness, shame, marginalization, distress; These children need your support for their living and education expenses.

    I do believe that there are people who devoted to provide charitable support to children who are vulnerable.I would be enormously grateful for any contribution towards this fundraising target (however small), I continue to be astonished by the love, support and bigheartedness you will show us in supporting these children. Thank you for your bigheartedness I would be enormously grateful for any contribution towards our fundraising target (however small); we continue to be astonished by the love, support and bigheartedness you will show us in supporting. Thank you for your bigheartedness. Be blessed.

    Be blessed.



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        Prosper Salehe

        Prosper Salehe

        Kigoma - Ujiji Municipal/ Tanzania

        Born at Kigoma village, living in Kigoma town, married to one wife, father of 7children just two passed away. I’m orphan of father and mother since I was 5 years old, cared by my father’s friend. I know the pains that feel orphans ,people in distress !!! So help me to help them.

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