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Winding up Ughandi B village project

    It is with sadness that Richard and myself have decided to wind up our project in Ughandi B Tanzania over the next few months. The remaining funds will be distributed to where it’s most needed. From my first … Continue reading

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Dispensary building at finishing stage.

Faraja Kulanga¬† (World Vision) has emailed us some photos of recent works to the dispensary which is now at the finishing stage of plastering and concreting. It is hoped that by the end of July we will be in a … Continue reading

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Community building update

There are now six girls and five boys currently sleeping over in our building which are under the care of Mr and Mrs Ngeni. This is a huge step forward as previously it was not thought appropriate for girls to … Continue reading

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Maliasili and Elimu pumps

Maliasili and Elimu pumps During December 2017 both pumps were re commissioned¬† having not been usable for some time, Maliasili at least from the summer to 2014 and Elimu more recently.Kisuda Orgenes project managed the work and now both pumps … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year

We end 2017 with very good news from Ughandi B A decision was taken at the beginning of the year to partner with World Vision thus enabling us to complete the dispensary build in Ughandi B and we are happy … Continue reading

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  Last summer Kisuda was able to visit Ughandi B during his field work. He gave us a welcome report on both the school building and water harvesting. With the use of our school building and materials funded by the … Continue reading

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Great news from Ughandi B

Three secondary pupils who study in our after school groups have attained division 3 passes at O Level, the overall pass rate in Tanzania is 23% for division 1 to 3. For these young people to be among the 23% … Continue reading

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Maliasili pump

Maliasili pump the nearest to the new dispensary build has broken down. We have instructed Abraham to ensure engineers look into the problem as soon as contact can be made with the village chairman or committee member.    

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Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous 2016

On behalf of Richard, myself and all who live in Ughandi B I’d like to wish you all a happy and prospeous New Year. Thank you for your continued support.

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Dispensary and staff houses final report

Dispensary and staff houses final report. The project has received the final dispensary and staff houses report detailing its progress throughout the five years since the villagers began this government led initiative. In 2009 it was brought to our attention … Continue reading

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