Liebe EJler, anbei findet ihr den Bericht von Deacon Elikana Kitahenga. Er erzählt Euch davon, was mit dem Geld aus dem Elimu Projekt alles verwirklicht werden konnte. Wir können nur sagen, sehr genial!
SHORT REPORT ON VOCATIONAL TRAINING AT THE DIACONICAL CENTRE TANDALA FOR ‘ELIMU HAINA MWISHO PROJECT’ IN AUGSBURG, GERMANY
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, We greet you with the Word from, John 13:34,
Many thanks for your financial support sent to us to support the vocational training as we requested. Your support has helped us in co-financing the two classes of tailoring and carpentry run by the Diaconical Centre Tandala (DIACETA). We have four participants in the tailoring class: 2 boys and two girls and all are handicapped as well as orphans. In the carpentry class we have only boys, who are also either handicapped or orphans.
Both classes are doing well in their training since their start in 2016; and they are now in the second year of the training. The tailoring training is being conducted by instructor Ronester Mgaya (see picture in the wheelchair), who is herself also physically handicapped and has been formerly empowered by this centre in different stages of schooling. The present tailoring class can already make gowns, shirts, shorts and other school uniforms. In this year we will train them about making trousers and other fashions of clothes and thereafter they will sit for VETA examination (Tanzania’s Vocational Education Training Authority) in relation to tailoring in order to evaluate the training.
The carpentry class is being trained beneficiary of our school vocational training – with very good and can already master several aim is to enable these also to have a recognition by sitting for VETA One of the problems we face at the goods for the training like linen, timber, wood glue, nails, varnish, by Asifiwe Kyando; also a deaf and former programme from primary school up to results. The apprentices are also hard learning joinery works and make simple furniture. The successful and reputable end with national exams. moment is inflation resulting in higher prices of needle, threads, oils for the sewing machines, etc.
In this report we have also attached the financial part as expenditures for the past year, part of which is money from your support. Thank you very much once again for the financial support we got from you through the special Elimu Haina Mwisho programme. It helps us a lot in facing the challenges and fixing essential gaps. We look forward to continual cooperation with you.
ELCT – South Central Diocese – Department for Diaconical Work
Financial Report for Carpentry and Tailoring Vocational Training 2016
|No.||Total Price in||Unit||Total Price in|
|1||Training – 3|
|Nails in kg||30||3,500.00||105,000.00||12||3400||40,800.00|
|2||Training – 7|
|Bales of cloth||12||45,000.00||540,000.00||6||42000||252,000|
|Yarn in dozens||24||2,500.00||60,000.00||24||2250||54,000|
|Needles in dozens||20||500.00||10,000.00||18||500||9,000|
|Buttons in dozens||15||3,000.00||45,000.00||10||2800||28,000|
|Firewood – trips||4||280,000.00||1,120,000.00||2||285000||570000|
|Study tour – once||1||950,000.00||950,000.00||–||–|
|– per person per||8||160,000||1,280,000|
|Total income from Elimu Haina Mwisho (€ 1.700,-)||3,041,700|
Deacon Elikana Kitahenga Director for Diakonia ELCT – SCD 0767 680 337