- ABOUT KISONGO
Tanzania has a population of 55 million people and approximately half of these are children below the age of 18. With a Human Development Index (HDI) of only 0.488, Tanzania falls into the bottom quartile of countries with the lowest level of human development ranking at 159 out of 187 countries. National economic growth has not translated into improved living conditions for the poor and the situation is especially acute in rural areas, home to 84.1% of Tanzanians. number of parents can be accommodated on each tour on first come first serve basis. Also it should be noted that the tour does not guarantee that the child will be accepted. Accepts applications from prospective parents Judged throughout the year and those interested are encouraged to contact the school by way of telephone or e-mail by using the contact form to get information difference to the community we serve and that provides.
Hope School for Boys and Girls is a place reserved for low- and middle-income society children. This place, a home for disadvantaged children in Tanzania is also learning center/school founded in 2018 by Mr. Lucas Mhina. The Hope family will be composed of a majority of pupils from low incomes society, teachers, volunteers and administrators and will include a dedicated Tanzanian house mothers and staff member, as well as numerous volunteers who travel from around the world each year to assist us in our work.
Kisongo is an administrative ward in the Arumeru district of the Arusha Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 7,501. It is located in the outskirts of Arusha, about 7 km west of Arusha Airport. There are numerous local churches, dispensaries and schools in Kisongo. Kisongo Academic College (KAC) is a co-educational institution that is divided into two branches: KAC Secondary School and KAC Department of Tourism and Conservation Training (DTC). Braeburn Arusha School is an international school that provides Early Years, primary and secondary education, following the British National Curriculum. The Saint Joseph Girls High School, Arusha Modern High School (owned by the Catholic Archdiocese) and St. Joseph University Arusha Campus are also located in Kisongo. Notable businesses in Kisongo include Msumbi Coffee, A to Z Textile Mills (a factory that manufactures plastics, garments, packaging supplies, bed nets, agricultural netting, and mesh), Sundown Carnival (an entertainment venue offering a bar and restaurant, conference facilities and a wedding/functions hall) and Amani Afrika (a fully licensed local tour operator specializing in private Kilimanjaro climbs and bespoke East Africa safaris). In January 2014, a 130-acres piece of land allocated to the East African Community (EAC) by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania was inspected for future expansion. The EAC Secretariat intends to initiate grand development projects on the land that will include staff housing scheme, international schools, health centre, recreational facilities, exhibition ground, and banking as well as a shopping mall.