We are the best ! In the state final examination, which was conducted by VETA, our first course of training achieved the best average score of all vocational training classes in the whole  Mwanza Zone !  more ...

Prof.Anna Tibaijuka, Minister of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development in the government of Tanzania visited the MLVTC.   more ...

Entrepreneurs from the region follow the idea of MLVTC with great interest, with its open service offer.   more ...

Training for our own existence : the Association "training Tanzania" trains young Africans for the labor market further  …  more ...

Stories from Muleba (or : this is Africa, this is how we live)
Short stories of our volunteers provide a real-life insight into the everyday life of Muleba / Tanzania  …  more ...

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The Muleba Lutheran Vocational Training Center
Tanzania as a whole, but especially the remote Northwest District is among the poorest , but also the most beautiful countries in the world. Many people live from the fruits that grow on their small farmstead . Money is scarce.
Often sending a gifted child to the Secondary School fails only because the required own contribution, a once-only contribution to the amount of €30, - cannot be found . Even for the simplest medical treatment of severely sick relatives, money is lacking . Health insurance is not available for most people!

In times of drought the crops grow poorly, and then this is called : hunger ! In short, many, too many people live in abject poverty , are in desperate need of  help and have no chance to escape poverty. We tried to help and simultaneously recognized that we will never help defeat poverty and hardship with the means we have.

Education that leads to properly paid employment is a promising way to free young people from dependence on foreign aid . This requires not only good general education schools and universities but also qualified vocational training .

Thus young people can acquire skills with which they earn income in the local environment that allows them and their families to bear all necessary costs of living (food, children's education , medical treatment, etc. ) themselves.

The Muleba Lutheran Vocational Training Center was inaugurated with a first phase in May 2012.
45 young men and women are here to learn to work with computers in business applications, ensuring that the training content is focussed on real tasks in real life, working in the center for customers. This brings revenue and practical experience.