Maasae girls Lutheran secondary school, Tanzania
MaaSAE Girl's Lutheran Secondary School was founded to provide an opportunity for secondary education for the daughters of the Maasai and other semi-nomadic people of Tanzania. Today, 360 girls from mostly rural backgrounds are part of this nurturing and supportive educational community. In 2020, MGLSS celebrated its 25th anniversary, and in that time more than 800 girls have graduated from the school. Most of these graduated have gone on to achieve college education, surpassing the educational level of 97% of Tanzanians. Among their graduates are doctors, nurses, teachers, architects, city planners, wildlife conservation specialists, pilots, and more. These young women are using their education to build a better Tanzania for future generations. We support the MGLSS through the Benevolence of the Month.