When I was in primary school, my father supported me in my studies but when I reached standard seven, he started to beat my mother because there is the need to pay for school fees.Read Sekundo’s Story
My mother really want me to continue with my education so when she heard of Emusoi Centre from our neighbor, she travelled to Arusha to seek assistance for my education.Read Nasianda’s Story
My goal to work and to help my indigenous community which as been marginalized in all spheres of life; economically, socially and politically.Read Mary’s Story
In February 2003, my father heard about Emusoi from one of his friends, he asked the church to contribute for his and my bus fare.Read Rehema’s Story
Emusoi Centre, in partnership with families, local and international communities, provides a safe and supportive place for young women who belong to the pastoralist / hunter-gather communities in Tanzania.
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From just having 6 girls in the beginning of 1999, the centre has expanded and has more than 250 young women each school year.