Meet the children
Due to the generous sponsors we are always hearing about many wonderful and inspirational progression strories from our sponsored students.
Meet Taliki... Taliki is 10 years old and lives with his Mother, two sisters and one brother in a small mud-hut in Mikindani. With only subsistence farming to support his family, his mother struggles to cover expenses needed to send Taliki to School, and complete even his Primary education. Taliki is currently in need of sponsorship to support him through schooling, and we are hoping we will be able to fulfil this wish of his.
Rahema is 17 years of age and desperate to complete her Secondary Schooling. She lives in Mitengo Ward, one of five wards in Mikindani Village with her Mother, Father, Brothers and Sisters. Rahema's families income is non-existent, they rely on their smale scale subsistence farm.
Rehema wishes to support her family, with aspirations of becoming a Teacher when she grows up. First off, we need to allocate support for Rahema, giving her the opportunity to go to, and complete her Secondary schooling.
Abdallah was born June 24th 1995 in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam. Now living with his Uncle and four sisters in Mikindani Village, he is currently in Form 4 at Mitengo Secondary School. With only small scale subsistence farming as a means of food for the family, the sponsorship from EdUKaid has guaranteed Abdallah his education – something his family may not of been able to afford to support him doing otherwise.
“All in all I would like to express my thanks to all stakeholders of EdUKaid and especially my sponsors and I wish they will still have good, kind thoughts of me. Lots of thanks to EdUKaid and I hope the charity will expand.”
Mwanahamisi Isa Tabu
Mwanahamis was born in a small village approximately 20km from Lwelu village, Mtwara in 1996. As her parents were too poor to bring her up, she moved to live with her Aunt and her family of seven in a small mudhut near Lwelu village aged one. Mwanahamisila is very proud to be able to attend Secondary School now. In successfully passing all her Standard 7 exams, she currently attends Mikindani Secondary and continues to work very hard.
“I feel very happy to get support from EdUKaid and I promise to EdUKaid that I will never let you down. We are very poor, but I will make sure that I study hard. My hope is to be a nurse in the future and help my family especially my Grandmother who I live with- My Grandmother did not expect that I would be in Secondary education.”