TAMPRO used to run Safina Teachers’ Training College at Tabata in Dar es Salaam. In 2010 TAMPRO received Turkish brothers who wanted to help Muslim community in Tanzania including provision of free education. TAMPRO helped them to register local NGO called REHEMA FRIENDSHIP AND SOLIDARITY TRUST. In May 2011, TAMPRO handed over its college (Safina) to REHEMA on the understanding that REHEMA will establish better infrastructure for the college and expand its capacity and improve its facilities. It was also agreed that REHEMA will pay all expenses for Muslim students enrolled in Safina College. When REHEMA took over Safina in May 2011, there were 45 teacher trainees (students). By December, 2011, there were 110 teacher trainees; all were Muslims from poor families and orphans. REHEMA paid their tuition fees for all trainees and accommodation for 50 trainees. To date there are 70 trainees after 50 trainees completed their study in December, 2011. New enrolment will be done in July, 2012 and it planned to enroll 60 teacher trainees. When the college is in full capacity (in 2013) it is expected to accommodate 300-400 teacher trainees and all expenses will be borne by REHEMA.