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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$906

of $5,000 raised



Fenella donated $500.

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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we welcome more people to feel touched with the work of young people, majority of whom are girls. Empower the girl child, empower the nation!

2 months ago

Special thanks to Fenela for donating such a huge amount, 500 USD to our vocational training school. With that we can buy two sewing machines (SINGER Company) to supplement the other ten that are now aging. Thanks a miillion Fenela.

2 months ago

Fenella donated $500.

2 months ago

NB: Please take note of the year written in my previous message. It is not 2019, but 2020.Our school was closed between March and July 2020. Thank you.

3 months ago

Concerning our vocational training school, last year wasn't that easy either. We shut the school from March 2019 to July 2019. After resumption of schools,we had all the 10 sewing machines serviced in view of making their functioning more effective. For now training is going on as usual except for the fact that the fee contributions are not easy coming due to covid-19 hardships in general. However, we are grateful to God for the good that we still witness thus far. We continue to invite people of good Will to help the young people in Mwandoya training Centre with either learning material like fabrics, tools, and equipment. Our sewing machines are aging up and probably needs replacement. We are continually praying for all our benefactors that you may stay healthy and out of trouble. Yours Sincerely, Fr. Josephat Nthenge Nzioka SMA. MWANDOYA TRAINING CENTRE P. O BOX 30, MASWA. TANZANIA +255766603848/ +255687300889 josnzioka@yahoo.com or josnzioka531@gmail.com Together we can !

3 months ago


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