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Testimonials

Emmanuel Chatanda

Emmanuel Chatanda graduated this year 2019 at Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) Dodoma campus. He has Diploma in Development Plan. Emmanuel lost his father a few months after his birth and mother died when he was six years old. He was adopted by his Grand father who did his best to care Emmanuel. While straggling to handle the little boy SATF come and helped Emmanuel when he was in standard six at Njombe Primary school. After Primary he joined Mabatini Secondary school where he managed to pass form four Exams. He was lucky to join IRDP for a three year course through SATF support. While at IRDP Emmanuel lost his Grandfather also. We are sure that the knowledge he has obtained will keep him going.

FAUSTINA EDWARD KAPOLE.

Faustina Edward Kapole NJO/SHI/14/55 Finally obtained her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition at Sokoine University College at Morogoro (SUA). Photograph on her Graduation day. Faustina Kapole lost her Father while still a little child and her mother died when she was in standard six. Mothers young sister started to take care Faustina since then. SATF  enrolled Faustina at Mabatini Secondary school during her O level studies. She passed her NECTA Exams , was selected to join Maswa Girls Secondary school for her A level, then  joined Sokoine University College. All the way her dream came true due to SATF support. After graduation she is working as Volunteer in Iringa. A lot of thanks to SATF who provided Education and Health support to Faustina Kapole

Jackson J. Maleva

Jackson Maleva  Form VI leaver  (2019) receiving congratulation card from SAFINA

Jackson was enrolled into the SATF 2017 education program. When SATF permitted the enrolment of 2017 MVCs, Jackson was found already in form five at Njombe Secondary School. This boy finished his primary education through very difficult environments. When he got to O’level secondary School his fellow students and some teachers well-wishers, had to donate him with uniform and scholastic materials. When he finished form four, he had passed well but the school withheld his Exam results and certificate because he had some pending school contributions yet to be settled. The NECTA exam results showed that he was selected to join form five Njombe Secondary School. Since he was zealous to continue with education, he asked his village chairman to write a letter to his O’level Head of School requesting an introduction letter for Jackson to the Headmaster of Njombe Secondary School. This was done, however he reported at the school with the letter but without uniform, neither stationary nor any scholastic material. His fellow students donated some stationary and a place to sleep, while teachers gave him one uniform and he started his studies. We are very grateful to SATF who enrolled Jackson into their Education program. Mock Form six he obtained Division one (I). He has happily complete his form six IN May 2019 and he has joined Dodoma University College (UDOM) registered to undergraduate degree majoring in Biology.