Deo is going to college ! He is almost done with his first year at Singeda College! This is the young man we flew to India in 2013 for open heart surgery . He is a miracle!
*Microfinanced Christine to begin her own sandal business
*Helped build a house for Gertrude and her 9 children
*Bought Gertrude a sewing machine in order to start her tailoring business
*Donated a well for the SOS orphan village of 135 children in Dar Es Salaam
*Sent Deo to India for open heart surgery
*built water cisterns at a Pope John Paul II Center for Rehabilitation in Monduli
*Helped design a sustainable garden for the center in Monduli
*Provided chickens and a chicken coop for sustainability at the center
* Microfinanced Primus and Frida for a rice farm
* Donated 50 solar lanterns to families with no electricity
*Completely outfitted a health center with hospital beds, examination tables, and other necessary hospital equipment
*Funded 3 cleft palette surgeries, and 6 leg surgeries
*Provided irrigation kits to improve garden yield
*Supported more than 30 students since 2007 to continue their education and complete secondary school or vocational training
*Opened a flour grinding mill to help support people with HIV and AIDS in order to become self supporting
*Give food aid (maize) to starving people in Engalaoni during times of drought
*Built St. Joseph's Church in Engalaoni
*Built St. Rose Academy -Pre-K/Kindergarten in Olkokola
* Provided funds for a fish pond for sustainability of Cannan Center
*A kitchen built for St. Rose Academy allowing children to have access to 2 meals a day
*Deo and Robert are now attending college
*funded a beekeeping project at Cannani Center AND at Engalan'iet Primary School
*Funded a mushroom growing and harvesting project to insure sustainablility at Cannani Children's Center
*Donated PT equipment to Pope Paul Center for Rehabilitation in Monduli
*Provided funds for the pig project at Cannani Children's Centre for sustainability
*Completed a water catch system in the village of Engalaoni which provides a clean water resource for the village
*Continue to support disabled children at Engalang'iet Primary School
WE GRATEFULLY THANK YOU FOR KEEPING ALL THESE STUDENTS AND OUR OTHERS IN YOUR PRAYERS... WE NOW FINANCIALLY SUPPORT THE NEEDS OF MORE THAN 50 STUDENTS ATTENDING SCHOOL.
Our vision is to support the people living in Arusha, Tanzania to overcome extreme poverty and become fully self- supporting. We do this by making sure that the basic human needs of water, food, shelter and care are all in place. Getting an education is the most important gift we can give and so can you. Currently we support students from pre-k to college, including secondary school or vocational training. In 2019 that number rose again. Please consider supporting one of our many children ... here are just a few...You can go to our Education page for more stories.
Nanuri, Oini, Obedi, Leah, and Lengai (not pictured) with other students from Engalang'iet Primary School
Seeds of Hope Tanzania is an organization dedicated to serving the needs of the poorest of the poor in Tanzania East Africa.
We provide financial support for children, families and communities to overcome extreme poverty, with a particular focus on orphaned children there. We provide opportunities for growth through education and support children with school fees from primary school through university. We believe in providing micro financing opportunities to help people become self sustaining in order to break the cycle of poverty.
Debi Mazura, founder, taught third grade at Eastport Elementary. For years she involved her students with "real life" learning by sharing the things she experienced in Africa. Each year the students participated in a Service Learning Project to encourage and help children half a world away. Sometimes the students collected clothing or school supplies to send. One year they raised funds for irrigation kits and solar lanterns. In 2016 they helped raise funds to finish a school which was completed in 2017! Currently plans are being made to add a classroom on to the school.
Robert is studying to get his Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering
The children at Engilang'et Primary School celebrate World Read Aloud Day and learn about Malala, Nobel Peace Prize winner who encourages girls to go to school and get an education. The third graders of Eastport Elementary School celebrated with them in a "School to School" connection that day.
Damas attends preschool and so does Faith.
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