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.
Students from Presbyterian Ladies College and Scotch College held a stall at the Cottesloe Street Fair in Perth Western Australia to raise funds for the Trade Training Centre.
They sold goods they had made, photographs, olive oil and trinkets and lots of other goodies
It was hard work, but the great results made it worth while.
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The project is now ...
This is a picture of a young girl called Doto.
Doto was paralysed from birth and had no way of getting to school, to the village or to meet with friends.
Recently Doto received a wheelchair from a generous donor.
This wheelchair will change Doto's life, and that of her carers!
Doto is now able to go and meet ...Read more »
In July a group of very dedicated folk from Scotch College, Presbyterian Ladies College, CEFPI and others went to Matipwili to oversee the building of the roof structure for the centre.
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The below ground water tank was complete, there were several hundred blocks all made by the community ready for us and the next stage required quite a bit skill ...