Future Plans

Kijana Kwanza is a new charity and we have some amazing plans to support more young Tanzanians achieve their ambitions.

​Over the next 3 years we plan to develop the following projects:

Extended Student Sponsorship

We plan to offer a wider programme of student sponsorship covering a broader range of academic and vocational disciplines. Like our existing programme, we will support students with tuition costs, equipment and resources, and where necessary, boarding and meals.

We also look forward to converting additional houses into hostels to accommodate more students in a supported learning environment.

To sponsor a student from our waiting list, click here for more information.

Student Study Cafe

Many students and young people in Tanzania live in overcrowded accommodation with poor lighting and no internet connectivity. This makes personal study and revision very difficult for students, especially in the evenings. Library membership is unaffordable for some students, and an additional cost for those struggling to meet their existing costs.

The Student Study Café will create an accessible space for young people, irrespective of their level of education or discipline, to study and revise. Students will also be able to use our small library and benefit from free internet connectivity, which is costly for most students.

The café will also support a small enterprise selling drinks and refreshments at affordable prices.

Kijana Kwanza already welcomes a select group of students from neighbouring hostels to use our facilities for personal study.

Business Enterprise

As the Tanzanian economy creates insufficient employment opportunities for the number of labour workforce entrants each year, business enterprise represents the only viable option for many young people.

We are currently looking to develop a range of enterprise courses to give young people the skills to setup and succeed in business. As part of this project, we will work directly with students to transform their existing skills into business opportunities to fund their education, such as providing walking tours of Moshi Town for tourists that are keen to explore authentic local culture.

Summer Camp

As the Tanzanian economy creates insufficient employment opportunities for the number of labour workforce entrants each year, business enterprise represents the only viable option for many young people.

We are currently looking to develop a range of enterprise courses to give young people the skills to setup and succeed in business. As part of this project, we will work directly with students to transform their existing skills into business opportunities to fund their education, such as providing walking tours of Moshi Town for tourists that are keen to explore authentic local culture.