Why do we do this?
Education is fundamental to prevent children getting trapped in the poverty cycle. In rural Tanzania, class sizes are often over 100 pupils, making it difficult for children to learn. Or sometimes, there may be no school at all. We want to give children access to quality learning environments for them to thrive.
So far we have built one Secondary School for 250 students in Arusha.
We’re now working on building one Primary School for 315 children in rural, Arusha.
One classroom costs around £6,000 and will educate 45 students living in rural Tanzania.