We fund and support Mvumi Secondary School in central Tanzania

Mvumi School Trust exists to support the students and teachers of Mvumi Secondary School near Dodoma. The Trust is run by a small group of volunteers. Every penny donated goes directly to the school.

The funds and support from Mvumi School Trust:

  • provides around 110 student bursaries and scholarships
  • send gap year students and volunteers to help in various ways around the school
  • helps supply much needed equipment
  • sponsors blind, visually impaired and albino students
  • helps maintain and develop school buildings

Mvumi is 36km south east of Dodoma

 
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Current Fundraising Projects

The Trust is currently fund raising for:
  • Funds to complete the two science laboratories. The laboratories require windows to keep the dust out, soffit completion and final coats of paint.
  • Funds for basic teaching equipment for the two science laboratories.
  • Funds to modify an existing Visual Impairment Unit classroom into a technology room for the visually impaired students. This requires windows to be added to keep the dust out, electrical outlets to be placed around the room and funds for computers, laptops and other assistive technologies.