Orphans Foundation Fund made an educational and fun trip to Ngorongoro Crater with the University Students under the foundation’s Education program. The three day educational trip included Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire National Park. We wanted to do this to motivate them and also let them really enjoy their vacation.
The Orphans Foundation Fund computers classes are now in full session! All of the kids in the Street Children project are the first to benefit from the computers and instruction of the new teacher at Orphans Foundation Fund. Soon we will open up classes to the general public to be both an educational service to the community and bring in much needed funds to continue the work of helping orphans and vulnerable children in Tanzania. Many thanks to Dr. James Lace, Senator Jackie Winters, and the many others who contributed to make this school possible.
This year we will be doing something new on the Orphans Foundation Fund website, video news updates! This past Monday, January 31st we had the graduation for the students enrolled in the 2nd year of the Orphans Foundation Fund / Chiswea Street Children Project. Please watch the video below.
The Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met on November 18th to discuss the progress made thus far regarding advances in the accounting and banking procedures, human resource management, organization structure, current project results, future strategic planning, land development Kikatiti and Njiro properties, and water accessibility on the previously mentioned land. Thank you to the Board of Trustees in the US and those amongst the advisory board who participated with great ideas in last week’s meeting at Kibo Palace.
We have completed the surveying and recruitment of street children for the 2nd year of the Orphans Foundation Fund / CORDAID Street Children Project. Word must have gotten around because throngs of young men and women volunteered to participate, and the ones chosen are filled with zeal! Today each young person started their vocational training course. Thirty-one joined the cooking and hotel services course, 16 are studying automotive mechanics, 2 had a spark for welding, and 1 is in the tailoring program.