Serve as an Antioch Servant in Tanzania!
Bishop Kisanji’s Girls’ School
The Girls’ School is located about 45 minutes south of Tabora in the plains of western Tanzania. It is under the direction of the Provincial Elders Conference of the Western Province of the Moravian Church. The Secretary of the Provincial Elders Conference is the manager of the school. The Headmistress oversees the staff, student activities and curriculum, and campus affairs.
It is a secondary boarding school for young girls who are preparing to take their entrance examinations for entrance into college. Currently there are about 160 students enrolled at a cost of $800.00 per year. The following motto, mission statement and vision aptly describe the focus the school.
Motto: Education for Poverty Eradication
Mission: Provision of quality education as a strategy to empower women in national development
Vision: To have a purposeful society that is free from gender imbalances in all aspects of development in Tanzanian Culture.
During stay at school the servant would be involved in the following activities:
1. Teach English Language and/or other academic studies
2. Sometimes be given a task of Teacher on Duty (TOD)
3. Function as one of the staff members
4. Conduct sport and games
Ussoke S. School
It is a co-education school(boys and girls students) with Boarding and Day scholars. Located at Ussoke village in Urambo District-Tabora region. The school does have 265 students, with 101 and 154 boys. It admits students regardless their religious belief. It has 14 teachers; 4 are female and 10 male. The school does have 12 none teaching staff. Head of the school is Julius Maganga. The preference is to receive two(2) volunteers for the school.
Lusangi M. J. Seminary
It is a co-educational school (boys and girls students) with boarding and day scholars. The school is located in Sikonge district-Tabora region. The school does have 5 departments. 1. Bible college for evangelists 2. O-level and High school level 3.Theological course for pastors and 4.Computer course. The school in general does have 140 students, with 60 girls and 80 boys. It has 13 teaching staff and 11 non-teaching staff. The head school is Rev. Paul Kalangula. The preference is to receive three(3) volunteers for the school.