Projects

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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Housing Project

13 Houses completed The kids4school Trustees decided to help our sponsor families by building some basic houses for them.  Previous to this they live in

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Special Schools

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

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Christian Academy

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

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Feeding Program

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

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Uniforms

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

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Education

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.

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Margreth’s Story

Your gift can help pay school fees or provide essentials like school uniforms, textbooks, and school supplies — helping ensure that a child in poverty

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Classrooms

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.

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Toilet Blocks

New Toilet Facilities By constructing new toilets at schools like the one shown here that we built at Nzasa Primary School, and by utilising water

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VTC

‘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

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Water Tanks

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

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