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Tanzania is a country with 50% of people living in poverty. In rural environments especially, this looks like very high unemployment, lower levels of education and employment for young women.

Any combination of factors can prevent women from accessing educational resources. Obstacles like cost, family obligations or the availability of educational facilities can all mean the chance to attend school is not within reach. Even government schools can leave those who attend without a satisfactory level of education to find future employment.

Muleba Ladies College aims to address this problem. It will enable young women to develop the skills to be self-sustainable and what it means to do this as they live to follow Christ.

Please pray for the success of this project and consider giving to ensure Anglican Aid can continue equipping young women with the Word of God, the wisdom to serve their communities and the skills to generate income for their families.

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In the case that a fundraising appeal has received sufficient donations, any surplus funds will be used for a similar activity or an activity in the same country.

 

 

Latest Updates

JULY 29, 2022

Tanzania: Building a school for girls

Building has started on a new secondary school for young women in Muleba, Tanzania.

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JULY 29, 2022

Tanzania: Building a school for girls

Building has started on a new secondary school for young women in Muleba, Tanzania.

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