"Education has the power to lift orphans from extreme poverty to lead healthy, productive lives." ALL proceeds benefit orphans in Songea,
Mark your calendar now to attend the 2014 Songea Soiree on:Please see the attached flyer for details and share it with your friends, colleagues and club members. 2014 Songea SOIREE! →
Saturday evening, November 15th
at Seattle's Northwest African American Museum Legacy Room.
2300 S Massachusetts Street, Seattle (206) 518-6000
Our Vision:For the people of Songea, Tanzania, to meet the basic living, health, and educational needs of their children.
Our Mission:To collaborate with Tanzanian partners to support orphans and other vulnerable children, and build self-sustaining infrastructure in Hope Village.
Read more details about the work underway on the Hope Village Page.
Why is Education Important? Read the "Sponsor a Dream" a very moving keynote address by Nashon Kikalao, Songea's Kids Special Envoy in Tanzania, from the Songea Soiree 2013. He provides eye witness accounts of the urgent needs of the Mshangano Village orphans.
Ruhila Primary School Students
Chandarua Secondary School
Secondary School Classroom
Msamala Vocational Technical College
Carpentry and Masonry Classroom
Carpentry Traininig First Year Classroom
Basic Tailoring Training
Advanced Tailoring Training
Tutoring Vocational Training
Mechanics Training Student
University Hotel Management Training
Hotel Management Computer Training
SCHOLARSHIP / FUND GOAL: $15,000
The chickens are now producing eggs to feed the children and provide income. For the first time, all the children receive eggs to eat, instead of only those who are HIV positive. This project was made possible by generous grants to Songea's Kids from Sowing Seeds of Hope.Read "Jirani Mwema's Successful Chicken Project to Promote Quality Health and Well-Being for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Mshangano, March 2014" to see photos and the latest progress report on the Chicken Project.
Chicken Handler Sevelina Chaula