Hawa was raised, along with many cousins, by her grandparents in Farkwa. After winning a place in secondary school (a privilege in Tanzania, not a right), she also won a scholarship with Fostering Futures. This allowed her to complete her secondary schooling and to...
Severin Makacha, Primary school Teacher. “Our school, Mzimbazi Primary School, is about 100km from Kigoma. I’m teaching standard seven, six, five and one. Our school has 4 teachers and 265 pupils. There is only one classroom so the pupils are studying outside. I give...
Lucas, against all odds, was the first Farkwa secondary student to graduate with a high enough score to do forms 5 & 6, then he was also sponsored through his Diploma of Education. Now he is teaching at Barikiwa Secondary school which is remote so he apologises to...
A young man with great determination and a wonderful enthusiasm to motivate the current students to dare to dream, and to work hard to achieve that dream. Erasto obtained an excellent Division 2 pass at form 4 despite the very tough conditions in those years: students...
Sophia completed a diploma course in Computing, with sponsorship from Fostering Futures. Now she has her own family and runs a small business providing a few basic items and computer services. Sophia has now upgraded her qualifications to degree level...
Trasila graduated with a diploma in Primary school education with top marks. She is now employed in a private school in Mbeya in the south of Tanzania.
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