BUILDING THE SCHOOL
ISOMA Children's Mission is to bring free quality education to the children of Orkisima Village. We need your help to build the infrastructure to enable the children to learn. We are currently in the process of buying a land within Orkisima, where we intend to build the International School of Maasai Children. Once we obtain this, we will work with Mexican architect, Maria Degetau who specialises in environmental design for sustainable building techniques and is donating her time and efforts to ISOMA Children.
By Tanzanian regulations, to register a school in a village, ISOMA Children needs to own 7 1/2 acres of land. We have found a fertile terrain a family within the community is willing to sell us at a fair price, since their children and the community will benefit from the school construction. We need approximately £6,620 GBP in order to acquire this land. See full breakdown below.
Terrain location: Latitude: -3.442991, Longitude: 36.177231
WE ARE VERY GRATEFUL FOR ANY DONATION, BIG OR SMALL TO HELP US ACCOMPLISH OUR GOALS.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO GET INVOLVED?
Visit our volunteer page to become a changemaker and help bring the school project to life. We welcome everyone with or without experience.
EDUCATION LINKED OBJECTIVES
1. Identify children in need of formal education and training;
2. Bring literacy to children, ages 5-17 of the Orkisima village;
3. Build facilities and schools in the remote area of Orkisima village for children’s education and integral development;
4. Ensure children continue their studies in other facilities if ISOMA Children cannot provide access or faces limitations.
5. Organize, coordinate, facilitate and build programmes to aid the community regarding; free formal school education for children, health education, environmental education, physical sports education, artistical education and related or complimentary focus areas;
6. Educate children in Swahili and English language, and promote Maasai literacy and history;
7. Find scholarships and sponsorships for children from poor families;
8. Build a programme to ensure children have access to job employment opportunities and University level studies once they complete their primary and secondary education programme;