Asante sana daima kwa kuwa upande wangu baada ya dhoruba.

Thank you very much for always being my rainbow after the storm.

AKOS Graduation 2019

Agape Knowledge Open School started in 2013.  We are officially registered, #IAE/OS/0273, to offer residential secondary education through Open and Distance Learning for Out-of-school Youth, but we are not funded. Our school holds great hopes for the future.  In less than 10 years, Agape Knowledge Open School has already grown from 3 home-schooled girls to approximately 60 students at an improving and expanding living and learning centre on 10 hectares of farmland. As we continue to upgrade room and board amenities, uphold progressive academic standards, and uplift the performance and potential of our students, we strive to maintain a safe, healthy and happy home and school environment. Watch some of the media coverage about us.  Then, we invite you to help spread the word about all the amazing developments at Agape Frontiers and Agape Knowledge Open School.

An informed community is an empowered one as well, so please consider how you can contribute to our efforts.

Our Vision at AKOS

Cultivating excellence in every student.

Our vision is to prepare and motivate our students for a rapidly changing world by instilling in them Critical thinking skills, a global perspective, and a respect for core values of honesty, loyalty, perseverance, and compassion. Students will have success for today and be prepared for tomorrow.


Girls have a right to feel safe and be safe where they live and learn. AKOS strives to provide security to the girls in multiple forms.


Girls are the first to drop out of school, and the first to be failed by the system, facing the perils of early marriage, early pregnancy, and abuse. Without the choice to write their own futures, their endless potential is wasted.


The UN protocol states that every woman or child has the right “to the recognition and protection of her human and legal rights.”

A closer look at AKOS.

Our Success and Our Results

A look at two girls rescued and succeeded.

Grace at Agape Girls at Chibe

“Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.”

Aljazeera Visit to Agape Knowledge Open School - December 11, 2018 by Catherine Wambua-Soi

In Tanzania, teenage pregnancy can cost young mothers the opportunity to get an education. President John Magufuli's decree banning teenage mothers from returning to public schools is strictly enforced, and teachers who refuse to comply are disciplined. In the northern town of Shinyanga, where more girls get pregnant than anywhere else in the country, girls are blocked from returning to schools after their babies are born. This is putting more pressure on non-governmental organizations, like the Agape Knowledge Open School. The non-profit centre in Shinyanga rescues girls from early marriages and provides shelter to pregnant teenagers.

Why Girls' Education Matters

June 7, 2018

This Human Rights Watch video, Child Brides in Tanzania, reveals the pain of child, early and forced marriage, dowry, female genital mutilation, and banning girls from education. It proposes proactive recommendations for desired change.

Bride Trade: Fighting Tanzania's Child Bride Tradition

January 13, 2017

This RT Documentary, Bride Trade: Fighting Tanzania's Child Bride Tradition, shows the stark reality associated with child, early and forced marriage. It features Agape Frontiers interventions to shelter girls and then profiles actual students in daily life at an interim Agape Knowledge Open School centre.

Shida ijapo, ni familia yako inayokusaidia.

When trouble comes, it's your family that supports you.

Girls at Chibe


Some of the students who are victims of child marriage are 3 the reason was lack of education from their parent which course their child to engage in marriage. agape aids programmer they make sure that child marriage for the girl was palliate


16 number of girls from agape knowledge open school they victim of child pregnancy the sources of child pregnancy some of them are engage in relationship under 18 years old and raping


30 number of girls whom living in dangerous environmental also in this situation among of the girls are engage in small business for the purpose of increase the income to their family especially for the student whom living with grand mother

Agape aids control programmer engaged to help more girls who have affected with child pregnancy and child marriage for the purpose of get good education and achieve their goal