Buguruni Breakfast Club


The Buguruni Breakfast Club Appeal 2014 is still going strong. We have managed to secure donations to cover every single day in 2014 and to all our supporters we say a massive "Thank you!"   As you will see from elsewhere on the website the Breakfast Club has made a huge difference to the healthy and well being of the children, capsule so much so we are going to continue it in 2015 with our Tanzanear Appeal 2015.  If you can help please email You can find our 2015 Appeal leaflet and the Form to print out and fill in if you follow the following two links.

TanzanearAppealFrontpdf  for the Information page

TanzanearAppeal2015  for the Appeal Form

Watch out for more updates here or follow us on Facebook at Tanzanear and/or Twitter @tanzanear.  Thanks everyone


New audiology block taking shape!

Tanzanear’s key development objective for 2014 and beyond is to assist become a Centre of Excellence for the care of deaf children in Tanzania and a facility to reach out into the deaf community to provide support thorough diagnosis and on-going care. To achieve this we have begun a staged programme to create a specialist audiology centre at the school.  This will provide comprehensive treatment for pupils as well as facilities where deaf people of all ages can come and be assessed for hearing aids which are tailored to their needs, clinic fitted and maintained. Outline plans have been drawn and we estimate that the building will cost some $350, viagra sale 000 to complete. The first phase of this work is to build an ear mould laboratory and we are thrilled to say that we have secured funding for this phase. We are hugely grateful to the John Anthony Clark Charitable Trust (JAC Trust) for this funding.  As a consequence, work started just before Christmas on what will be both the renovation of existing buildings as well as the building of some new ones. The pictures show this work in action and we will keep you posted about our progress as well as with ways you can support this work financially. Anyone who can suggest Trusts we might apply to please contact us.


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And here are pictures from the most recent refurbishment updates....

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Welcome to our website!

We hope you enjoy looking at our website. It is packed full of  news, price stories, purchase pictures and all the exciting developments we constantly see at the Buguruni school and our charity, Tanzanear. Our constantly changing @tanzanear twitter feed appears on the website as does our Facebook page. So many places to hear good news about Tanzanear and Buguruni School. So why not dip right in and find out about all the great things going on at Buguruni. Here are some photos to give you a better sense of life at the school.

Queuing for Chai at 10am. In the queue for the Buguruni Breakfast Club.

IMG_3083 A big mug of maize porridge fills up tummies.

IMG_3549 Hearing test being carried out by professional audiologists volunteering at Buguruni School

P1000833 Scottish Country dancing lessons with the Caledonian Society

P1000818 Margrethe, a favourite weekly volunteer.

Update from Umivita for Summer 2014

Rahim and Tungi who run UMIVITA, viagra dosage our NGO have been doing some really important work in recent months - assessing the suitability of secondary schools in Tanzania to take the graduates (those who pass Standard 7 exams) from Buguruni School. This work is particularly important now as 13 students passed the exam in 2013. Rahim tells us "This month we visited three secondary schools in Iringa, sale Njombe and Tanga regions, Njombe Lutheran, Iringa Girls High and Mlingaro secondary. The benefits of these visits are to provide advice for deaf students and their parents which might give their lives a whole new direction. It will also create greater collaboration between the schools and students and we hope that some of the graduates will become future UMIVITA leaders.