REALIZED PROJECTS - with contribution from many donors
- Joshua fromKileguru:
3 befriended families from South Tyrol support his training as a nurse.
MOHAMED "CHADO" .
Payment for an operation in Moshi by our member Mathias so that he can live a normal life again after his serious accident.
|2021||- Financing a visit to a special clinic in Dar es Salam with surgery on little Serena's ears.|
The girl was burned as a toddler and the arm was bent together.
-TATU form Kileguru:
Our target is to avoid with sponsorships the circumcision.
A member of our association supports her studies.
Start of the construction of the EXTENSION of the orphanage in Kwediboma, which was planned by our member Mathias.
With the support of the Aut. Prov. Bolzano and the Mission Office Bolzano.
This project started in November 2018. The structure has already been completed, all that is missing is the interior.
With 70% support from the Autonomous Province of Bolzano, we built this very necessary facility in the village. (>>>Gallery)
TOTAL COST: €. 87,000.- .
The old church in Kileguru in Tanga Province in Tanzania had become too small for the village and was in need of renovation. The village residents are Christians and so the pastor approached me with a request for support for the expansion and renovation. I had the idea to start a building block project. Each building block cost € 10. and so everyone could support the project with one or more building blocks.
With the help of the
Christian mission office, a new church was built.
TOTAL COST: €. 40,000.
Good things take time, you can see that with this fountain:
This fountain was planned as early as 2012, but could not be implemented until spring 2015. The people in the village before only drank the water
from the holes in the ground, which led to many diseases. It was very difficult to build this well because clean drinking water was only found at a
depth of 110 meters.
With the financial help from the Autonomous province of Bolzano, in 2015 we finally had clean water in the village for the first time!
Since the girls in the village have to work and have no opportunity to go to school, a married teacher has agreed to teach the girls to read and write and do basic math for a few hours every day as the sun rises. Since her hut was too small for this purpose, she asked us if we could build a small school in the village. With the help of Schützen Montan (German for "marksmen's club") and many voluntary donors, this came about. Girls big and small have been attending this school since autumn 2014. The big ones to study and the little ones to have a kind of kindergarten.
Unfortunately, the teacher in question passed away and had to be replaces by a young capable teacher, who continues the small school.
In the dry season, the water for the animals has to be scooped out of holes in the ground with buckets. By purchasing the water pump and an
water unit, the water can be pumped out of the water holes faster and the animals do not have to be thirsty for so long.