The MWEDO Girls Secondary School is the fruit of a partnership between Canadian charity organization, Reach Out to Humanity (ROTH) and Maasai Women Education and Development Organisation (MWEDO).
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After being recognized by the Minister of Education of Tanzania, the school began early 2011 with over 100 students. The school accommodates ever rising demands for education amongst Maasai girls and young women offering sciences and business learning including arts and cultural studies. Almost all the students are boarders since most of them come from far to reach and underserved communities. The school enables girls to access formal education opportunity while engaging themselves in other technical skills including learning handmade products and continuing indigenous knowledge. In January 2012, MWEDO Girls Secondary School has 130 students, 10 teachers and 7other personnel. The school is in the continuous process of growing and improving. The new computer lab and library are still in need of books, tablets and computers; sports grounds, new dormitories and teachers’ housing are waiting their turn to be built.
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