About Deo

deoDeo was born in Kirua, Tanzania in 1994. Both of his parents died when he was just five-years-old. Before he started receiving help from Make A Difference, he was living with his grandparents in Moshi. Unfortunately, they were unable to properly care for him as they needed help themselves. Deo was not given the opportunity to receive a proper education and often struggled to find enough food and clean water. Deo graduated with honors from secondary school and was placed in one of Tanzania’s best advanced level schools.

To say we’re proud of Deo would be an understatement. Deo loves reading, playing football and is a very talented artist.  He plans to be a neurosurgeon one day and with how driven and intelligent he is, we have no doubt he will accomplish his goal.

Read Deo’s Blog for updates on his grades, recent activities, items he received from MAD, and goals for the future.

Consider helping Deo achieve his dreams by helping sponsor him!
Deo’s schooling is being paid for this semester, but he has many years of schooling ahead of him as he wants to be a doctor and needs more sponsorship. Deo is currently attending in his second year of college at Memorial University in Newfoundland, Canada.

Levels of Sponsorship
Full sponsorship of $2,000 includes:
– Sponsorship of the child of your choice.
– Certificate of sponsorship.
– Profile of your chosen child.
– Skype update from your sponsored child each month. *Calls must be scheduled in advance.
– One letter every six months.
– Updates from the child on their personal blog.

Partial sponsorship of $400 includes:
– Sponsorship of the child of your choice.
– Profile of your chosen child.
– Skype update from your sponsored child.
– One letter every year.
– Updates from the child on their personal blog.

Sponsorship Options

 

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1 Response

  1. Hujambo Deo,
    It was such a blessing to meet you and the others at the orphanage earlier this year. I have a picture of all of you taken in front of the orphanage that I keep on my Facebook page so get to see it many times a week. It’s a nice reminder of the lovely time Debbie and I spent with you special young people.

    I understand you will be going to Tanga for your advanced level studies (or may already be there???) How exciting! You are an incredibly bright and caring young man. I know you will do extremely well and achieve your goal of being a doctor.

    Know that I am always praying for you and the others. I’m looking forward to returning to Tanzania early next year and to seeing you again. Thank you again for sending me home with more Swahili to learn. I hope to be speaking it much better when I return.

    Kwaheri,
    Nancy Grant

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