Over 450 girls attend this boarding school in Sumbawanga. They travel from villages and must learn and speak English
Newborns to four year olds are kept in the care of the Sisters. Children are left orphan because of Aids, poverty and death of a parent.
The Sisters run dispensaries, health centers and clinics in the rural areas of Tanzania where there is poverty and health care is poorly accessed.
"We are here because of them.,"
The Sisters care for seniors because they are unable to take care of themselves.
The Sisters view education as vital in all their ministries. Basic education is the first step out of poverty and toward the Gospel.
Sumbawanga is four flights and a six hour
drive from the United States... far from
any tourism or big city.