Sponsorship for students at DCT Mvumi Secondary School
Sponsoring students at Mvumi Secondary School. All monies raised will be transferred to Mvumi School Trust Bank Account in Dodoma.
We are raising money to sponsor students at DCT Mvumi Secondary School, located in central Tanzania. We function under the auspices of a British Charity, the Mvumi School Trust. As Trust Representatives we are volunteers who oversee the sponsorship programme. The Mvumi School Trust has a bank account in the nearest town of Dodoma, which is one and a half hours drive away on a dusty, bumpy road.
Thank you for the donations from October 2017 to August 2018. Using the $545 and other gift money, we raised enough to support a boarding students to go to Pre-Form 5 (March - May) and First Term Form 5 (July - December). He comes from a small village some way away, his mother is a subsistence farmer and dad is not in the picture. They live in a mud house, with no running water or electricity. He is doing well at school and is the Prefect in charge of food.
We are now fundraising for his 2019 fees. (Starting from the $545 raised last year)
Educational Service International's involvement (page creator)
David and Jane Whyte are the Trust Representatives in Tanzania. They are volunteers for the Mvumi School Trust, and live in Mvumi on the school's campus. They oversee the sponsorship programme, and are from Hamilton, New Zealand.
Use of funds
Funds raised will be used to:
- pay school fees and lunches for day students
- pay school fees, lunch, dinner and lodging for boys
- pay full boarding for girls if required.
Further assistance for extreme hardship cases may also be given if funds permit.
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Thank you for your donations.
They have been enough to sponsor a Form 5 student for his Pre-form 5 course, as well as the first term = July - December 2018.
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This page was created on 15 Oct 2017 and closes on 31 Dec 2019.