Tuesday, October 15, 2013

NGABOBO villagers in Arumeru district, Arusha region have raised nearly Tsh 10 million towards the construction of the secondary school in the village.

Officiated by the deputy Minister - Prime Minister's Office, Regional Administration, and Local government, Aggrey Mwanri, the villagers have contributed a number of cattle, goats, sheep, and cash.

Mwanri commended the villagers, mostly Maasai, for their spirit of contributing towards their own development agendas.

He said that the community has chosen the right path of educating their children, calling upon to educate their children irrespective of their gender.

“Girls should be given equal opportunity to study just like boys.” Mr Mwanri said.

He also poured a lot of praise upon Africa Amini Alama organization for mobilizing rural community to contribute towards their development endeavors.

The fundraising was organized by the founder of Africa Amini Alama charity, Dr. Christine Wallner after having realized that the Maasai children need secondary school around. 
Dr. Christine appealed to the affluent people to join the vilagers hands by donating towards the building of the secondary school.

Dr. Cornelia Wallner-Frisee, Africa Amini Alama Vice-president expressed her gratitude to the women who took part in large number in the fundraising event.

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