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Working at St Jude's Ticks Every Box!

Sarah first landed in Tanzania almost a year ago to spend six months volunteering on an entrepreneurship program in rural villages. Inspired by the power of working with and not on.. Read on 


Jenifa's Sky High Hopes

Intelligent, determined and articulate, Jenifa represented St Jude’s at Nelson Mandela University’s ‘Women and Girls in Science’ workshop. The Form 4 ad.. Read on 


Gift That Keeps Giving

Gift is one of Beyond St Jude’s newest Community Service Year interns, serving his community as an assistant physics teacher at a local government school. The Beyond St Jude&rs.. Read on 


Vale-dictorious

Meet Valentina. If you are a sponsor, you may already know her cheery tone and revel in her exciting emails announcing student awards. Commonly known as ‘Vale’, t.. Read on 


Elephant in the Room

There’s an ‘elephant in the room’… literally. Thrill-seekers and animal lovers traverse the globe to catch a glimpse of Tanzania’s tembo (elephants). Sadly.. Read on 


Following the dream

Hosiana began at St Jude’s in 2003, shy but determined. Her favourite subject was Science and she wanted to be a doctor. Hosiana grew and changed in many ways during he.. Read on 


A new chapter for Interact

Engaging enthusiasm for education: Edgar shares his love of learning. It was a cool, grey morning and all was quiet in the St Jude’s lower primary library. All but the .. Read on 


Leaving a lasting impact

Grand legacy: Dr Louise Crossley began sponsoring our Secondary Headmaster, Nestory in 2006. He is pictured here with the class of 2016. Dr Louise Crossley was a scientific, academic and p.. Read on 


Dear Rebel, thank you, love Winnie

Winnie was Rebel Wilson’s first fan in Tanzania. Before the Pitch Perfect star became a household name, she was a hero to Winnie, an 11 year-old, living in a mud house with no electricity.. Read on 


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