“It takes a village to educate a child”

In realisation of the above famous African proverbs, I believe you cannot develop by your self.

What gain I have, it’s because of  sacrifices from many people. I am thus obliged to participate towards building and strengthening my community. I do so through:

  • Being active in my home village education development – in particular improvement of school environment (classrooms) and learning.
  • Community involvement through church and other local institutions
  • Serving in boards such as:
    • Harambee Secondary School – a ward school in rural Kilimanjaro (Machame North Ward)

      This is the old photo of Harambee School. We have been trying to improve the school- see next photo (latest)

This is the latest look of Harambee. The work still continues. We need more resources to finish the classrooms on the upper slab. Please donate- we will be grateful as you will have contribute to more children in the village to join in secondary school. 

  • Agape Lutheran Junior Seminary – my alma mater- located in Marangu (rural Kilimanjaro)
  • Café Africa Tanzania – promoting and enhancing the coffee sector through stakeholders’ platforms – for the interests of smallholder farmers.
  • Coffee tree in the farm of one super vibrant, proud and excited smallholder farmer in Machame. We need to revive this promising and patriotic crop to its former glory