kids4school is a multifaceted ministry which primarily enables children to go to school.
But along with child sponsorship we operate a feeding program, and are involved in many different construction and training projects.
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18 Houses completed The kids4school Trustees decided to help our sponsor families by building some basic houses for them. Previous to this they live in
kids4school is supporting special needs schools in Tanzania. The children in these schools are blind, partially sighted, disabled and Albino. We also have recently taken
The Vision kids4school over the next few years will be developing their 18 acre site close to the kids4school lodge. This will consist of a
Some pictures of the finished buildings of the new Primary School that is part of the Christian Academy
The maize in the fields around the villages in Tanzania stands blitzed, scorched and blighted. The rains have failed, again, and food is scarce. Students
Every child needs a uniform kids4school’s ministry includes providing the necessary uniform to attend school, and we do this through our sponsorship program. With over 2100 students
Primary & Secondary Education is available in Tanzania. However, in order to attend school each pupil is required to have a school uniform and necessary books.
Your gift can help pay school fees or provide essentials like school uniforms, textbooks, and school supplies — helping ensure that a child in poverty
Would you like to sponsor a child? just fill in the sponsor a child form. There you can request the age, gender and type of school
School Partnerships is bringing education to Africa We have and are involved in several classroom construction projects like the one pictured here at Bwawani Primary School.
New Toilet Facilities By constructing new toilets at schools like the one shown here that we built at Nzasa and Mzakwe Primary Schools,
‘when you help a child, you are helping to look after an entire family.” A village Elder from Kitelera An old proverb says ‘Give a man
Each day Tanzanian ladies and their daughters have to sometimes walk miles to collect water so that the family has something to drink more >>>> Children