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Serving Orphans in Moshi, Tanzania


In partnership with


Kilimanjaro International Tanzania Aid Agency

£29 a month for primary education


Schooling in N. Tanzania


We want to give the children the opportunity to have a happy, independent life and education is a very important part of that.


The education system begins at age 5 and includes

   7 years of primary school

   4 years of secondary school

   2 years of advanced level

   3 years of university


Children in Tanzania spend seven years in primary school. Some of our children are old for the school year, as they arrived at Kitaa without any education. There are free government schools, but standards are often low, and to find smaller class sizes and better teaching it is necessary to pay. Private schools teach in English, which is demanding for our children, but good English is necessary for many jobs in Tanzania. There are national exams at the end of Year 4 and Year 7. Children who pass Year 7 with a B or A grade can go on to boarding secondary education with much reduced fees. Otherwise it is necessary to pay.


Once at secondary boarding school there is a four year course leading to ‘O’ level, with national exams at the end of Year 2. Achieving ‘O’ levels is our minimum ambition for the children, if they are capable.


‘A ‘ level is a two year course. We would wish to support anyone who was able to study for a degree.

Hope Home Trust, a Charities Commission registered non-profit organization, seeks to advance in life and relieve the needs of orphaned children in Tanzania through provision of homes, education and Christian care specifically through Kilimanjaro International Tanzania Aid Agency. 100% of all donations goes directly to meet these aims in Tanzania. Any administrative and fundraising costs are met by the trustees.

Help us love and educate orphans in East Africa.

Charity Number 1126415.

(c) 2017 Hope Home Trust

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