New Toilets for Karama Primary School
One of the important goals of our project at Karama Primary School is an improved sanitation. A solar powered system for fresh drinking water has been installed in 2021. Now the project is finished by adding four new toilets for the girls.
Every Mile a Memory
First of all… wow. I can’t believe I flew to Africa for 6 weeks. Time has gone by too fast to take it all in. I experienced so much in so little time. But I feel truly blessed and guided by God.
Connecting young people from Germany and Tanzania
A school partnership between Puricelli Realschule Plus in Rheinböllen / Germany and LEA Secondary School in Dongobesh / Tanzania can act as an eye opener and change the worldview – for both sides.
E-Learning in Rural Tanzania
Karama School is not connected to the electricity grid yet – but there is a sophisticated digital e-learning system available in the school now.
New Library in Karama Primary School
Access to learning and teaching materials is a well known problem in Tanzania. Very often 10 children have to share one schoolbook. To mitigate this issue, Bridge of Hope has funded a new library in Karama Primary School in 2021.
Life needs Water – Fresh Drinking Water at Karama School
Bridge of Hope has funded an extensive water project for Karama School and the surrounding villages in 2020/21. The impact of having fresh drinking water at the school compound cannot be overestimated.
The LEA Ministry Boys Dormitory under construction
After completing the girls’ dormitory in January 2021, the construction work has started for the boys dormitory building. This should be finished during first half of 2022. Then, finally, each child at LEA Ministry will have its own bed.
Outreach Center “Bethania” in Dakw Losi
Mashahidi Ministry was officially founded in 1993 under the leadership of Pastor Zak Malekwa serving people in Mbulu district, Yaeda Chini and other remote areas. The goal of Mashahidi Ministry is to bring new hope to people.
Digital E-Learning System for LEA Ministry
E-Learning in Tanzania – for many people this sounds like fiction. But in Africa, in particular, e-learning has great potential. One major problem, the lack of learning and teaching materials, can be addressed by leveraging digital media.
Teacher Training for digital E-Learning at LEA Ministry
Digital literacy requires not only digital equipment, but also highly motivated, well trained teachers that can help the children to leverage digital media in their learning progress.