Tuesday, October 23, 2012



A total of 200 Maasai children  from Ngabobo village in Arumeru district of Arusha Region  now have a reason to smile, thanks to  Africa amini  Alama organization for sponsoring them to join in  schools  instead of grazing cattle’s  for boys and girls to avoid early marriages. 

Africa Amini Alama , a non-profit  organization based in Arusha is also constructing a new Engilish medium Academy which  will be officially  launched  on 1St November 2012.
Africa Amini President, Dr.Christine Wallner from Austria said her organization’s core objective is to see children from Maasai communities and other vulnerable groups being educated and helped to achieve their potential in life.

"This is my dream and I am determined to fulfill it with the help of motivated individuals who want to make a difference in the livelihood for the disadvantaged people in this beautiful country “she said.

She said the new school will help to protect and educate Maasai children in Ngabobo Village and its neighborhoods who use to walk long distance to reach.
“Lack of school in this village has put children into high risks of being attacked by wild animals that are rampant in this area” said Dr.Christine.

She said five classrooms, staff room and teachers houses are at the stage of completion and the whole project is approximated to cost 500million Tanzanian shillings.

In his part Ngabobo Village Chairman Zabulon Kimaki thanked the organization for constructing the school for their children saying the help has relieved their long wait to have a school in their area.

“It is a miracle to see our children going to school, they have been full sponsored, may God bless these people for their loving hands” said Dr.Wallner.
He said the school will be administrated by the government in partnership with Amini Alama organization the government

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