Our Students

One of TFFT’s most unique characteristics is our individualized and longitudinal approach. Think of a scrapbook that colorfully contains the story of a child’s life; a height chart that, with each passing year, climbs higher and higher; a collection of school pictures that document the transformation from a toothless grin to a young adult. This is what TFFT’s relationship with each of our children looks like. We know each individual on a personally level, and we chronicle their growth, evolution, and achievements over the 12 years that they spend under our care.

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3 Responses to “Our Students”

  1. MyFriendMissM April 28, 2012 at 7:44 pm #

    OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I can’t believe I found this page but some of these kids were tiny little babies and toddlers at Nkoranga Orphanage when I was in Tanzania in 2005…. Happy, Ester, Mary, Manduv….. WOW!!!! I am crying tears of joy and happiness right now as I write this, that I have randomly found these kids again and to see that they are doing well and look so healthy and happy just touches my heart!! I would love to keep in contact with you guys, as I am currently teaching in the United States and am looking to volunteer in the summer of 2013, let me know if there are any volunteer opportunities for me with your school. Feel free to e-mail me at almiller8608@gmail.com

    • tfftafrica May 9, 2012 at 2:03 pm #

      OH MY GOODNESS is right!! It amazes us that you found this site and recognize so many of our kids who you knew way back when! We really can’t get over it. Look for an email in your inbox shortly… :)

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