Tanganyika School Fees, Terms 1 and 2

Tanganyika School Fees for the first and second terms

Tanganyika School, Amani

Tanganyika School, Amani

Tanganyika School, Jackline

Tanganyika School, Jackline

Tanganyika School has introduced Amani, Jackline, Maggie and Bariki to the joys of singing, painting, drawing, letters, numbers and sport in their first term. They will take a few weeks break and then start their second term, for a bit more of the same.

We have still not found sponsors for these four children to cover their school fees. We have received about 3,500,000 shillings (about $1600) out of the 7,000,000 shillings we need for the first two terms, so we are appealing for another 3,500,000 shillings to make up the shortfall.

Mobile money details are below and details on how to send money by bank transfer are on our Donations Page. Otherwise, you can use the ‘Donate’ button at the top of this page to send money through PayPal.

Tanganyika School fees by Mpesa and TigoPesa for East Africans:

Account name: Watoto Kicheko
TigoPesa: +255 676 074 793
Mpesa: +255 764 074 793

Tanganyika School, Maggie

Tanganyika School, Maggie

Tanganyika School, Jackline

Tanganyika School, Jackline

Thank you in anticipation for your generosity.

If anyone is interested in sponsoring a child to go to school, you will find some of the details on our Sponsorship Page. We need people willing to sponsor children from baby class, all the way up to university or third level education.

There will be more children going to pre-school in the coming year, so we will be looking for sponsorship to cover four for the moment, with a possible two more before the end of 2016.

Watch out for photos of these children on our Facebook page!

By Simon Collery

Simon Collery has been an online content writer and blogger since the late 1990s, developing content for an information industry website, and later, writing about development, HIV, human rights and other subjects, mainly in East Africa. He is a co-founder of the Don't Get Stuck Collective, a group of people who write and agitate for greater recognition of non-sexually transmitted HIV and other bloodborne disease, especially through unsafe healthcare, cosmetic and traditional practices, mainly in Africa and Asia. He also blogs about media depictions of African people, unethical practices by publicly funded western institutions in African countries, mass male circumcision programs carried out in African countries using mainly US funding, and other subjects. He has a particular interest in Kenya and Tanzania.