| Jul 5, 2019
An Interview with Mayani and Hamisi
Dear Project Wezesha Supporters,
Our last cohort of students is in the Study Camp right now, wrapping up another 4-week intensive program under the supervision of our Education Coordinator, Madaga. We're grateful once again to the amazing teachers who are working through their school break to ensure that our students are prepared for their examinations in October. Every one of our Study Camp students are in Form 4, so they are all setting their sights on performing well on the exams so they have the option to attend high school in the coming year.
We took the time to sit down with many of our Project Wezesha students and conduct interviews about their goals, the role of education in society, and their appreciation for the support of donors. In this video, we speak with Mayani and Hamisi, two of our young men who performed well on national exams in 2018. They are both starting High School this month!! We wish them well as they both pursue their dreams of becoming doctors. Mayani even aims to become a surgeon! He knows what he's in for -- time, dedication, money -- but he wants nothing more than to make an impact and to save the lives of those who don't have immediate access to quality healthcare in the remote regions of Tanzania.
Please continue to offer your support to this fund. We are seeing an increase in costs as our students continue to move through secondary school and into high school. In about one year, some of our students will be seeking support to go to University, and that support comes from this campaign! Help us see another round of students into and through higher education, to follow in the footsteps of Dibeit, Tumsifu, Saidi and Mahamudu who are all in year three of university studies thanks to you!
Rai Farrelly & Lucas Lameck
Co-founders, Project Wezesha