We run a Pre-schooling program in two centres in Arusha District at Sinoni Ward and Terrat Ward with the aims to help vulnerable children get out of child labour, street life and poverty. We provide an early start pre-school program that focuses on building a positive learning foundation at a young age – from 3 to 6 years old. Also, the majority of lessons and instruction happens in English, giving these kids a head start on skills they will need later in their schooling lives. In Tanzania, primary schools start at age 7 and all subjects are taught in Swahili language from Grade/Std I-7 and later change all the subjects to English language in lower secondary school which is very taught and may leads to poor performances and school drop out rates.
Here we find the solution and we teach all children the important skills in English at a young age so that they can understand the basics foundation in different subjects such as Writing, Reading letters, Drawing, English, Sounds, Healthcare, Arithmetics, Arts and Craft.
We allow local staff and international volunteers to help teach the underprivileged children and orphans the power of education at young age in Arusha.
The primary objective of this program is to create our own sustainable community pre & primary school in Arusha that allows us to provide a free, quality education opportunities to our disadvantaged children to the local community to acquire the core foundational skills so they can excel in primary education easily and leads to good performance. We aim to build life skills, develop their voices, and build their confidence so they can express themselves freely.
Help us give hope, build a strong foundation and provide a free quality education opportunities to vulnerable children and youths in Arusha for their brighter future for the community in general.
1. Imagine life without the ability to read, communicate in English or do basic math. For 56% of elementary-aged children around the world who don’t meet the minimum reading proficiency standards, the future can look bleak.
2. Together, we can do more than simply get kids in the classroom – we can empower them to step out of poverty. Equipped with literacy and other life skills, you’ll help break and eradicate the cycle of poverty by building a school for children at young age or sponsor a child education.