We are so proud to see that our new electronics and solar panel workshop in Kisarawe Girls’ School made the National press in Tanzania this week!
The coverage and the words of Professor Mdoe, Deputy Permanent Secretary for Science and Technology in Tanzania’s Ministry of Education, reinforce the value of the practical skills our children are learning.
“This is a very important initiative in shaping the future for our students as it creates a very conducive environment for learning and instilling innovation attributes in learners’ minds. And for that, I congratulate the Sisters of Mary, for that initiative.” – Professor Joseph Mdoe.
This week, the Sisters of Mary Kisarawe Girls' School made the national press when their new electronics workshop was opened
The opening of this workshop falls on the four year anniversary of the inauguration of Kisarawe Girls’ School, which opened on 22nd August 2019. The new workshop shows how far the programme has come in four years, growing from the first group of 160 girls who arrived in May 2019, to a school that now provides free, quality education to 780 girls, with 33 teachers and 15 Sisters caring for their needs. Looking back on what has been accomplished in 4 years, we see just how valuable this provision is for girls in Tanzania.
In the past four years, we have:
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