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The Ripple Effect

Local produce: Sisia Primary Campus Head Chef, Mr Julius, collects the morning delivery from Arusha farmers. Down a small, windy dirt road in Sakina, Arusha’s booming industrial area, the.. Read on 


Judica Dazzles in Dubai

Star of the show: Judica is one of the most popular speakers at International Association of Lions Clubs Forum in the Middle East. Judica, one of St Jude’s very.. Read on 


Acts of Rotary Service

St Jude’s Earlyactors, Interactors and Rotaractors have been busying themselves with several significant projects during the second half of this year! Read on to find out what they&r.. Read on 


The Joy of Hope

Each year, The School of St Jude community comes together for a day of celebration in honour of its namesake, the patron saint of hopeless cases. Founder, Gemma Sisia, chose the sc.. Read on 


An Elaboratory Plan

Dorcas and Denis graduated from Form 6 at St Jude’s in May and began their Beyond St Jude’s Community Service Year internships in July. Dorcas, a skilled communicat.. Read on 


Ready, Steady, Work

In May 2018, The School of St Jude welcomed 70 Form 6 students into our growing cohort of graduates. Since 2015, 395 young men and women have completed their secondary studies at the s.. Read on 


Sustaining the Fight Against Poverty

It was a spectacular night —144 of our graduates gathering in celebration and recognition of where they have come from, where they are now, and where they are going. The .. Read on 


Introducing our Deputy Director

There are few stories as compelling as Angela Bailey’s. Since day one, she has been involved with every significant ‘first’ for St Jude’s. As an intrepi.. Read on 


Best Friends Until the End

Students in St Jude’s newly-formed Marketing Club have unearthed some special stories about 2018’s graduating class. In the first of several articles, Zulfa describes the l.. Read on 



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