Orphaned Children Tanzania

Hope School Project

Introduction

Hope School was built in 2002 to provide an education for AIDS orphans in Tanzania.  These orphaned children live in the communities of Shinyanga in Tanzania.  Hope school offers a quality education for 193 boys and girls in a nursery and primary school.  In addition Hope School is home for 58 orphans who cannot be cared for in the community as they have lost their parents to AIDS and their guardians are either too sick themselves or too old to care for young children.

Southern Africa’s Children has worked with Hope School since 2002 and has in partnership with Hope School staff developed the school which now has three classroom blocks, a girl’s dormitory and a boy’s dormitory.  Southern Africa’s Children plans to continue helping AIDS orphans in Shinyanga by working with Hope School to construct a vocational training centre alongside continuing to provide orphaned children with the nutritional, medical and emotional care they need.

Please click on tabs to the left to read details of the work we have achieved at Hope each year since 2002.

To contact Jennnifer Walker email her here or call on: +44 01933 664091

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