Improvements that the village committee has put suggested to improve and provide for the Matipwili community.
Kisampa, built in 2004, is a private, family run, community conservation sanctuary in the Kisampa Conservation Area.
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Tuende Pamoja Charity is a charity based in Tanzania and started by the Barbour Family. The family lived at Kisampa Camp, a private community conservation sanctuary in the Kisampa Conservation Area which adjoins Saadani National Park and is near the village of Matipwili.
The Kisampa Camp is managed by the family who have a philosophy of social responsibility and conservation and manage the camp as a mutually beneficial partnership with the village community in an effort to ensure their sustainable development and well-being and the empowerment of the people in the area.
Tuende Pamoja grew from a very small beginning about seven years ago and is now a registered charity in Tanzania receiving donations from mostly friends and clients from all over the world.
Joanna Robertson recently hosted a fund raising evening at her art gallery, Kidogo Arthouse. The evening was attended by many associated with the Matipwili project and was a great success.
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The students of two Perth schools, Scotch College and Presbyterian Ladies College are working together to fund and help build the Trade Training Centre in Matipwili.
They recently held a stall at the Bright Spark Fair in Claremont where they had fun while they worked for their project in Tanzania.
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