The Education Subcommittee seeks to:
Listen to our partners & Learn about education in Meru
Collaborate with the Diocese’ Education Subcommittee regarding how best we can work together to support their mission in the Diocese’ schools, and
Invest in & Empower teachers and students in the Diocese’ schools through prayer, sharing ideas for growth and sustainability, and financial support.
For more information on Education programs in the Diocese of Meru or to contact our Education Sub-Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Place "Education" in the subject line.
Professional Education Fund
The Professional Education Fund provides tuition to students seeking professional degrees, especially for pastors and teachers.
We promote & contribute to this fund annually.
Many Professional Education Fund candidates attend Tumaini University at Makumira, an institution of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania.
Professional Fund recipients are vetted and selected by the Diocese.
Four Professional Fund Recipients are ordained as pastors by presiding Bishop Elias Kitoi Nasari.
Diocese of Meru Supported Schools
Ailanga Junior Seminary -
Forms 1-6, Central District
Headmaster - Pastor Emanuel Majola
There are 283 students and 38 staff at this school.
Angaza Primary School--Standards 1-7 and 2 years of pre-primary—Central District
Director - Pastor Malaki Joel Pallangyo
There are 25 workers with 12 being supporting staff and 13 are teachers with 410 students.
Kikatiti Secondary School--Forms 1-4—Southern District
Headmaster - Tareto Nassari
There are 15 supporting staff and 28 teachers for 300 students.
LKEC School - Forms 1-4 & 2-3 year Training Center programs, Eastern District
Director - Bernad Mbise
The Leguruki Kingori Education Center includes Leki Secondary School and Leguruki Vocational Training Center.
Leki Secondary School has 104 students and the Vocational Center has 161 with a total of 32 staff.
Makumira Secondary School--Forms 1-6—Central District
Headmaster - James Somi
The school was raised by the Meru coffee growers and it is among the oldest secondary schools in Tanzania with many civil workers having studied there.
It has 277 students and 33 workers.
Ngarenanyuki Secondary School--Forms 1-4—Northern District
Headmaster Ombeni Ndosi
The school was established in 1988 and registered in 1991.
It has 232 students with 11 teachers and 11 supporting staff.
Mshikamano Vocational Center--2 or 3 year programs—Central District
Headmistress - Magdalena S. John
This Center was established in 1988 and gives priority to girls. It currently has 105 students with 10 teachers and 12 supporting staff.
Usa River Rehab Secondary School -Forms 1-4—Central District
Headmaster - Emanuel Ayo
The school was registered in 2018 and the infrastructure favors students with special needs and non-disabled students. It has seven teachers and three supporting staff with 47 students.