Welcome To Charity School Bwejuu
Charity School Bwejuu was officially registered with the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Zanzibar with registration no. PS/225 in 2004. This school has been established under Law no. 6 of 2006, of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar.
The school offers compulsory education for orphans and for students coming from poor or dysfunctional families at no cost, but if possible, the families of the students are required to contribute a small amount towards the running cost of the school.
FOUNDER: Rajab Ali Jaku, who was born in Bwejuu, is the founder of CHARITY SCHOOL BWEJUU. He received a BA in Education with Arts from State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) 2007-2010, Diploma in Education from National Teacher Training College (NTTC) at Beit el ras, Zanzibar (2004-2006), and certificate of teacher training from Muslim Academy, Mazizini, Zanzibar(2000-2002). He was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by H.E.Dr Aman Abeid Karume, the former president of Zanzibar, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the teaching profession and excellent perfomance of his students, at The International Teacher's Day, in 2010.
The school welcomes individuals, institutions or government departments to unconditionally support the school in order to achieve our goals. We are grateful to all of our sponsors for their financial assistance, which is much needed for providing study materials like books and pens for our students, to finance the running cost of the school and the school's kitchen, pay salaries, upgrade the teachers' educational levels, establish a library and a laboratory, for our hostel and for adding further classes.
The Charity School Bwejuu also receives youth volunteer coaching from all over the world for three months or more. The school provides free lodging for the volunteers on the school grounds.
We welcome individuals and companies to sponsor a student for USD $374 per year or to sponsor a teacher for the school.