Silas S. Mosha


Dear CACHA supporters,

CACHA’s Board has identified a number of students, based on a fair selection criteria, as excellent candidates for financial support. Help CACHA’s scholarship program by donating to these aspiring student’s educational careers. To learn more about each student, please read their profile below.


$2 raised so far


"Born and raised in Tanzanian, a land which had a population of over 40 million by the time I was in high school. A country that has less than 500 medical specialists and approximately 2,000 medical doctors. So what does this mean?  Why is this signifcant? 

Because for every 1 doctor, they are to attend to more than twenty thousand patients. In addition, all medical students study at only a selected few and highly overcrowded medical colleges with less than 25% of the required teaching equipments and studying materials.

With these few facts, it is easy for one to dicipher why I have grown up with the ambition to study medicine and destined to become a medical practitioner - I want to help the people of Tanzania.

I chose to study in China among the developed countries where I can be conversant with modern technology medical equipments and materials at a very low cost (approximately less than 10,000 CD per year - a third compared to what other developed countries charge). 

I am grateful to CACHA for selecting me to be a part of their program.  My heart rests with CACHA's mission - to help the most vulnerable escape the confines of poverty; to increase access to quality health care services; to implement outreach activities to remote communities through medical caravans; and to develop programs for sustainable agriculture, education, support to orphans and vulnerable children, vocational centers as well as the fight against HIV/AIDS, and I aspire to one day be able to contribute to this vision.

However, as the case with many of us, I am at a financial disadvantage.  Both my parents are unemployed.  My father was forced to retire prematurely after undergoing several glaucoma operations.  It is for such reasons that I reach out to you, through CACHA, to call upon all wellwishers to come to my support in my education so that I can fulfill the mission I am committed to undertake with CACHA.
I will forever be grateful and very much welcome you to donate funds to this educating program; to further my education, and to help me live out my dream of becoming a Doctor."
Thank you,
Silas S. Mosha