Staff Spotlight: Samo MatikoApril 28, 2016 1:10 am
Over the years, he has helped shape the lives of hundreds of children at JBFC and in our village of Kitongo, as a teacher to our students, a role model to our children, and a friend and mentor to JBFC’s residential girls. The work that JBFC, and more specifically Joseph and Mary School, does in molding the future leaders of Tanzania wouldn’t be possible without Samo’s assistance.
The Family Literacy also because it helps parents be part of educating the students, unlike other places where they leave everything to the teachers. If the parents come and they feel part of the people who are to educate their kids, the kids feel better to know their parents are fully supporting them.
JBFC’s Permaculture program is good because it helps our students get food, helps the organization to minimize costs, and apart from that it trains some of our students who will be good farmers in the future.
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