Support Vocational Training in Tanzania

Project Leader:

Reverend Josephat Nzioka

Fr. Josephat is making a difference in the village of Mwandoya, Tanzania. He saw the gap widening between young, rural men and women and the opportunities for education and employment. Living in a poor community, many young men and women in Mwandoya could not afford the higher education offered in the distant cities of Tanzania. Living in a rural village, these men and women were also at a considerable disadvantage when taking the rigorous exams required to attend college. Fr. Josephat’s vision was to provide empowering opportunities to these young people who felt more and more that they had no options for their future. The Vocational Training Center he founded helps young people in Mwandoya develop marketable trades, such as carpentry, tailoring/dressmaking and computer programming. Give $25 to support Fr. Josephat’s vision to provide young people in Tanzania the means to earn a living and make a life.

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$406

of $5,000 raised



Jessie donated $50.

Deborah donated $50.

Deborah donated $50.

Steven donated $50.

Deborah donated $50.

Shawn donated $50.

Monica donated $5.

Paul donated $50.

Andrew donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 Helps pay instructors
  • $50 Can buy desks and chairs for 10 students
  • $150 Can buy a photocopy machine
  • $250 Can buy one sewing machine


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Last year's intake in tailoring and dressmaking as well as computer students





2 days ago

Jessie donated $50.

5 days ago
  

Project Leader:

Josephat Nzioka
Thanks a million times Jessie. Your contribution is highly appreciated.

2 days ago

Wow, big thank you to all our supporters, those who have already put something in this Mwandoya basket, as well as those who will do so later. Your love and support is our strength. The school already began in October 2, 2017. Now we have 9, students in tailoring and dressmaking, and three students in Computer studies. More are coming soon. Asante sana! that is Swahili words for thank you very Much! Fr. Josephat



36 months ago

Deborah donated $50.

36 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Josephat Nzioka
Hello Debra, I am to break the silence, for some Time I was not connected. Thanks a million for your continued donation to our project. You are surely participating in a noble work of brightening these young people's future. Feel highly valued aand appreciated

2 days ago

Deborah donated $50.

44 months ago


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