Tanzania Education Fund

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Nianjema Schools are now the Margery Wolf Kuhn (MWK) Schools - Bus with New Name

Nianjema Schools are now the Margery Wolf Kuhn (MWK) Schools

The new name has the practical purpose of distinguishing MWK from a government school in the area that duplicated the original name, creating confusion. A new bus with a new name marks a new chapter in our history. More

Top 4% in National Exams

MWK Ranked Top 4% in the 2020 National Exams

Margery Wolf Kuhn secondary students ranked 3rd out of 30 schools in the district and in the top 4% of the 10,659 secondary schools in the country in the 2020 National Exams. More

First Student Yearbook Team

First Student-Produced Yearbook in Tanzania

The first MWK yearbook debuted this year featuring student and teacher photos and sports, adventure and art and music activities. It is the first student produced yearbook in the country. More

New Administrative Team

New Team Leads MWK Schools

The Margery Wolf Kuhn schools introduced a new administrative team to better serve MWK's emphasis on comprehensive educational values, teamwork and the recruitment and development of students. More

New Interns

Internships Encourage Further Education

Encouraging girls to continue their educations beyond primary school is one focus of MWK Schools. Thanks to the generosity of TEF Supporters, 81 girls are now sponsored at the secondary level, 48 of whom are boarders. More

girl with african pots painting and teacher painting

Creative Arts Curriculum Thrives

MWK's creative talent program, led by practicing artist instructors, enriches the school's academic program. Three professionals, Simplis Benard, Karim Swafi and Ringo Eliasi teach art, music and drama as part of the curriculum. More