School Materials for Orphans in Kigoma Rural

by Youth Development and Relief Association (YODERA)

Summary

This project plans to increase access to schools for 317 orphans and vulnerable children who chronic absentees through distributed with uniforms and school materials in 5 wards; Mkongolo, Mwamgongo, Bugamba, Zashe and Kagunga in Kigoma rural

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Challenge

A total of 317 orphans and vulnerable children with ages ranging from 5-14 do not access to schools in 5 wards; Mkongolo, Mwamgongo, Bugamba, Zashe and Kagunga, along the Lake Tanganyika northwards, in Kigoma rural. This is mainly caused by lack of school materials; uniforms, school bags, shoes and stationery. This has leading to increase of illiteracy, HIV and AIDS, criminal cases, prostitution, lack of respect, stigma and indignity. Having school materials will increase access to schools

Solution

Distribute school materials for orphans and vulnerable children will reduce chronic absenteeism at their respective schools

Long-Term Impact

The project will provide school materials for 317 orphans and vulnerable children to increase their access to schools, and hence, improve their literacy and finally, enhanced livelihood in the community

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

http:/​/​Nil

Organization Information

Youth Development and Relief Association (YODERA)

Location: Kigoma - Tanzania, United Republic of
Website: http:/​/​Nil
Project Leader:
Isack Credo
Kigoma, Tanzania Tanzania, United Republic of

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