Little Paths Australia SSS Program provides Secondary School Scholarships.
Little Paths Australia will only provide scholarship support AFTER children have been connected with family or family 'like' support.
We believe that family's must be empowered where possible to contribute to the success of their children. We think children and family's mutually benefit from this important practice.
We provide support for all students siblings.
We provide full scholarships for Secondary School Students which include all fees, tuition fees all educational equipment and all uniform needs.
Secondary school is not compulsory and most often too expensive.
If family's can afford Secondary School, it is most often the case that only one child (most often, a boy) will be chosen, due to costs.
Often female students finish at primary school and take on more traditional roles in the family home.
Passing primary school successfully is really tough, we want to ensure that those who can, can continue to strengthen their skills in Secondary Schoo.
We want to strengthen families, not only individuals and we want to ensure that children finish their entire EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY.
We want to ensure that we family's to encourage their daughters to continue with the Secondary School journey.
Applicants have been identified by local Tanzanian support workers.
Applicants are at risk of street dwelling and begging OR at risk of child employment.
Applicants have successfully finished primary school and have dropped out of school because their carer/parents have not been able to afford school fees.
Applicants must have read and agreed to the conditions of Little Paths Australia scholarship program.
Little Paths Australia provide's on the ground, local support.
Little Paths Australia ensures important tutiton for all our scholarship students.
Little Paths Australia ensures English tuition for students. All Secondary school is taught in English.
Our team provides support during the application process.
Little Paths team provides the costs of boarding school fees for children who are orphans and without any community supports.
When & Where?
Scholarship recipients' engage with our program around between November and December of each year, in preparation of January entry to secondary school in prospective countries.
CONGRATULATIONS TO FRANK, GERTRUDE, REGINA AND MWITIA!
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Congratulations to GUADENSIA, QUEENIE AND FLORAHWe wish you lots of luck for your secondary school journey! Haba na haba, hujaza kibaba - "little by little, a lot can be done" and we look forward to working together to suppo...