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About

When asked what The School Fund means to her, Ziada responded, "The School Fund means all my dreams coming true." Graduating from Lugalo Secondary School in 2013, Ziada has a smile that could melt even the coldest heart. She is restricted to a wheelchair yet her dreams are large. Eventually, Ziada wants to contribute to the fight for women's rights. She hopes to utilize her education to help others in the world.

Where your donation goes

Total $233
  • Tuition
    $43
  • School Supplies
    $36
  • Uniform
    $30
  • Food
    $100
  • Exams
    $24

Ziada's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2015 Form 6
2014 Form 5
2013 Form 4
2012 Form 3
2011 Form 2

Journal

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Hello students,

I finally got back to the US last week.
It has been a very long trip to Tanzania this year total three weeks.

I was very happy to meet all of you and know everyone better.

My trip started from Karatu. I visited 5 schools in Karatu and I learn where do you go to school every day.

I am very happy to know all of you are doing well and every of you has a dream that you want to be successful one day. I encourage all of you to try your best to reach you own destination.

The get together was so well prepared and done by each of you. I am very happy to saw all your science presentations and poems you wrote to TSF and me. I will treasure them all my life.

I can say I am very proud to all of you. Keep up the good work I want to see each of you one day get to
good University/College to reach your own dream.

After Karatu, I went to ARUSHA attended the TED Global conference and visited couple schools in ARUSHA.
I enjoyed the TED conference this year. It was focused on the Africa, specially in agriculture, health and education.

Mr. Amos was a volunteer there, he had great experience being this Global conference and met people from around the world.
He had a life experience at the conference, where he was able to meet a group of bright inventive and talented group of people.

Later I went to Iringa. Iringa almost the second hometown for me. I have been there six times.
I visited all 8 schools in Iringa and meet all of you in person. I was very happy to meet you.

I had a great time at the get together party. All of you did a wonderful presentation. I am very happy to know all of you had fun that night.

My this year Tanzania trip was set MMM computer center for most of the 13 TSF schools.
At Iringa, We build total 5 new computer center in Iringa girls, Klerruu, Lugalo, Ebenezer, Miyomgoni and Update one MMM center at Ummusalama. We build one new computer center at Karatu Secondary School and update one MMM center at Ganako.

I am very proud of building the MMM computer center in most of the TSF schools. I really want all of you to go to the computer center to learn every subject you are interested from the RACHEL PLUS.
In the future everyone work will be on the computer. I hope that every single of you tell me what do you learn from the RACHEL PLUS.
I would like you could to start the debate team in your school so you all could practice how to speak in the public. Have the Math Club and challenge each other on the Math.

They will all benefit your long-term confidence.

I hope I will hear from all of you soon.
Hello Judy,
I hope your fine.Even me am very fine and up to now i have already completed with my final exams.
frankly i don't know what can i pay for you because your the one to whom you helped me to archive my goals in one way or another and i think for this moment we are waiting for our results so that it will give us an opportunity to join university level of our education.
Also my great gratitude should go to your TSF team because it is among of the great helper to us both morally and materially support to me and my family.And in our side we have nothing to offer you instead of words''God will pay for you in your all life and i wish all the best on your work''
Lastly i promise that in my exams that i did my results will be better and my aim at university is to study about Banking And Finance and i hope one day i will work at Bank institutions if God wish.
Wish you all the best.
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