Going out into the worldRich Stigall
At 18, children become legal adults, and our church partners lose guardianship. With no viable job skills and a lack of education, the future looks bleak for children, “aging out.” Our local church partners seek to provide pathways for these young adults, whether it be education or vocational training. Recently our church partner in Tanzania, Huruma Children’s Home, celebrated two young adults who have graduated from the children’s home and have gone out into the world as young adults on their own.
From Dibogo &Elizabeth Kitang’wa, Directors of Huruma Children’s Home, Tanzania
Many greetings from Huruma Children’s Home Tanzania.
I am writing to report to you that two of our children at Huruma Children’s Home, Ulwe Rajabu and Georgia Anatory have graduated from Huruma and returned to their village area in Dar-es-salaam.
Ulwe completed Secondary school last year and pass the examinations. Currently he lives with his uncle at Kigamboni in Dar-es-salaamy. Georgia didn’t complete her secondary school due to low academic performance, so afterwards I took her to a Hotel management course. She did well and obtained a hotel management certificate. Currently she works and runs her own life. Praise God!
I humbly thank you for your kind assistance in sponsoring Ulwe and Georgia.
Thank you for praying for them as well as they begin their new life in the Dar-es-Salaam city.
– Dibogo & Elizabeth