Current PROJECT

YOUTH VOCATIONAL CENTER

 
 

One of the largest issues in rural Tanzania is being dependent on rain for crops to grow and for vegetation for livestock to eat. When Tanzanians experience a drought, many families face starvation because farming is their only source of income and food. 

In 2018 AFTN was made aware by local pastors in Tanzania the need to build a vocational center to educate students coming out of high school in a skill or trade. This learned skill would empower them to have a job and to earn an income aside from farming.

AFTN is actively building a facility that will provide the youth of Tanzania an education resulting in confidence, peace and a way to make a living.

The vocational center will teach English and skills such as Construction Trades; i.e. Masonry (block building, beam construction), Plumbing (water/sewer lines, septic), Electrical (residential/commercial wiring), and Computer skills, Sewing, and Transportation. 

 
 
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MULTI-USE BUILDING 1: $25,100

Part 1: Foundation - $4,700 COMPLETED

Part 2: Exterior & Interior Walls - $5,500 completed

Part 3: Roof Assembly — $6,500

Part 4: Concrete Floor — $3,000

Part 5: Windows & Doors — $1,500

Part 6: Utility Connections — $1,500

Part 7: Interior Finishes — $1,200

Part 8: Exterior Finishes — $1,200