Oliver is Good Hope’s founder and director. She has many years of experience working in home-based healthcare and with the local government. At Good Hope she coordinates local workers and handles the communication with local authorities, teachers and parents. She also counsels parents and our Good Hope students and mentors the students in the Sponsorship Program.
Sarah is Good Hope’s project manager. She has a diploma in Primary School education and has many years of experience working for women’s empowerment organizations. At Good Hope she coordinates the on-site teaching program with its local and international teachers and currently develops our new program to support teenage-mothers.
Irene is Good Hope’s secretary. She holds a certificate in secretarial studies. Irene handles Good Hope’s email communication and sends reports to our donors and sponsors. She also administers Good Hope’s book-keeping and student’s records.
Janine is Good Hope’s co-founder. As a trained anthropologist she supports the communication between local and international employees and counsels on intercultural awareness. She also overviews technical solutions for our organization.
Teacher Hussein is our head teacher and runs our on-site teaching program. He holds a diploma in education. He has 15 years of teaching experience in an English speaking school and tuition center.
In 2016 Good Hope formalized our governance structure to ensure transparency, provide appropriate oversight, and derive benefit from the guidance and advice of our international supporters.
Good Hope is governed by a Board of Directors made up of local Tanzanians who share an interest in our community organization. There is an international advisory board that is available as a resource to both the local Good Hope leadership and the board of directors:
Board of Directors
Goodbless Temba, teacher at Mji Mpya Secondary School, Chair of the Board
Oliver Canada, Good Hope Director
Hamadi Abdulaiya, head teacher at St. Theresia Secondary School
Kissa Massawe, Good Hope attorney
Restituta Kissoly, teacher at Langoni Primary School
Mbarako Mcharo, governmental social worker
David Massawe, member of local government
German Advisory Board
(via the registered NGO Aktion Vorwärts e.V.)