Aim Hai Trust

Aim Hai Trust

Charity information

Aim Hai Trust

To support the development of education and internet access in primary schools in Bomang’ombe, a town in Hai District, Northern Tanzania and to improve the quality of primary education.

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    The Aim Hai Charitable Trust was originally established in 2008; in February 2015 it became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation with the overall purpose of supporting the development of education in the town of Bomang’ombe in the Hai District of Tanzania. The Trust’s objects are:
    • To advance educational standards in primary schools by providing educational materials and technology, support for teachers and other related goods and services; and
    • To promote and support wider involvement of parents and the community in primary education; and
    • To relieve poverty by providing funds to sponsor pupils from households experiencing financial hardships to attend Aim Hai Pre & Primary School and other schools in the area.

  • Aims

    Aim Hai Trust aims to:

    • Bursary funding to support pupils at Aim Hai Pre- & Primary School School who otherwise would be unable to attend.
    • Provision of educational equipment and materials for use by the pupils of the Aim Hai School; in particular to provide equipment for the Science laboratory
    • Drilling a borehole to improve water supply to Aim Hai School and its neighbours in the expanding town of Boman'gombe
    • Provision of IT equipment and improvement of broadband connectivity in Hai District, to exploit the recent installation of fibre optic cable in the region if appropriate
  • Overview

    Established: October 2008

    Board members: 5

    Volunteers: 7

    Phone number: 0141 339 9443

    Address: 9 Marchmont Terrace, Dowanhill, Glasgow G12 9LS

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  • Borehole for Aim Hai School

    The School and its neigbours now suffer from intermittant water supply from the overloaded... More