Save Iringa School for the Deaf

URGENT – SAVE IRINGA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF The Iringa School for the Deaf owned by the Diocese of Ruaha and located in the town of Iringa in southern Tanzania, is a truly wonderful place with happy children and dedicated specialist teachers. It accommodates 120...

2016 visit to the deaf school in Iringa

There are currently 122 students attending the deaf school.  These children come from the whole of Tanzania.  Of these students, aged between 6 and 17, 63 are boys and 59 girls.  7 of the children are both deaf and blind. The children are educated up to Standard 7...

Jesca Mgimba

Jesca tells her story about the way her life was changed by her education at St Michael School to help others and her community “St Michael School was the source of a new future for me” Sue and Tony Vaughan met up with Jesca Mgimba during their recent visit to Iringa...

META Secondary School – Mbeya, Tanzania

The Trustees of DTCF had decided to offer encouragement to the Form IV students at St Michael School, Kilolo by providing sponsorship for the top three form IV sponsored students to undertake two years further education to achieve their A level qualification.  DTCF...

2016 visit to FISCH

FISCH stands for Future for Iringa Street Children and was founded in 2007. In Tanzania 18% of children aged 0-18 are either orphans or vulnerable children. However, in Iringa the number is higher than other region . The National Statistics Bureau of Tanzania state...