Sponsor A Child

Tumaini Schools aim to make education accessible to as many children as possible. When Mr. Bayo first founded Tumaini Junior, he vowed to never send a child home no matter their financial situation. We're still upholding that promise today. In order to accomplish this goal, we need sponsors.

What is sponsorship?

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Sponsorship provides a child everything they need to be happy, healthy, and well-educated, from school fees to school supplies to medical checkups. $1500 provides one student a year with tuition, school uniforms, school supplies, boarding items, medical care, and so much more. In return, sponsors receive student-written letters, photos, updates and, most importantly, a lasting connection. A sponsorship is more than a financial agreement but an opportunity to build a truly meaningful relationship.

 

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please send us an email at programs@tanzania-schools.org.


Meet Our Students

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John Paul, Class Six

John Paul is the only child of a single mother. His father passed away when John Paul was young and his mother has struggled to make ends meet ever since. She owns a small shop in town and wants to see John Paul succeed with his education.

Click here to sponsor John Paul!

Scholastica, Class Seven

Scholastica has been attending Tumaini Junior School since she was young. Her parents recently divorced which left her father paying her school fees. Unfortunately, her father just lost his job and will not be able to pay school fees for secondary school. Scholastica is a bright student and was looking forward to continuing her education within the Tumaini schools!

Click here to sponsor Scholastica!

Abdulrazack, Class Six

Abdulrazack comes from the Datooga tribe - a very traditional tribe who don’t send many children to school. Both of Abdulrazack’s parents are HIV positive and are not able to get jobs due to their illness. Abdulrazack is a bright boy and loves playing soccer.

Click here to sponsor Abdulrazack!