About Shaban

shabanShaban loves school and always seems to excel in his studies. He was born in 1998 in Kilototoni near Kilimanjaro (Africa’s highest mountain). His family is Muslim. His father died, but his mother is alive. She sells vegetables on the side of the road and earns barely enough to live. Make A Difference also supports Shaban’s younger brother Juma and his cousin Subirah, who is older. Shaban is currently attending a wonderful all boys school in Arusha. He is a great student and a top performer in his class! Shaban enjoys reading books and taking civics. His best experience with MAD was running in a 5k with Mama Theresa (the director of MAD) and some of the other children MAD supports who enjoy running.

When Shaban grows up he wants to be a brain doctor! He wants to help many people, especially those in the rural areas who lack medical services like hospitals.

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

Consider helping Shaban achieve his dreams by helping sponsor him!
Shaban’s schooling is being paid for this year, but he has many years of schooling ahead of him and needs more sponsorship. Shaban is currently attending Tengeru Boy’s School in Arusha, Tanzania. He will graduate from secondary school the Fall of 2017, attend advanced level school from 2018 to 2019 and then go to college.

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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