APA/Projects

APA Is the charity formed in 1985 (no 291988) The charity owns African Palms Ltd who covenant any profits each year into the trust. The aim of the trust is to support education and healthcare in the area where the crosses are made.

Future Projects:

Miungo water project in the Mtwara region

We have provided funds towards 3 projects organised by the Britain Tanzania Society. First one, funds of £5300 to complete ...
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Current projects, in 2019:

a kid standing at Namikunda primary school, a village where palm crosses are made, project funded by African Palms, help to build more classrooms

Namikunda Primary School

Namikunda is one of the villages where the Palm Crosses are made. Discussions with the village elders and the diocese ...
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pupils of Mkuti primary holding books, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Children with HIV and street children

The trust invested £5,100 in this project to help children who have basically been left out of the schooling system ...
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tree planting project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses

Agricultural Project Namasakata

In 2019 the trust provided £3100 to a project implemented by the Anglican Church of Tanzania. The area concerned was/is ...
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Recent Projects:

2018:

Student Fees

Continued support for the training of two students in environmental studies ...
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New building of Chidya health centre at south Tanzania, for Masasi people, project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses

Chidya OPD

The Chidya out patients department serves a number of villages including Namaunya, Ngalinje, Chiwata, Namdimba and Mkudumba. It is the ...
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2017

Mlundemi water project completed, completed but still continuing due salt issues, project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses

Water projects

Funding  for the projects began in 2017, so far over £30,000 has been spent, and work has been completed in ...
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2016

outside the sisters house Mtandi, visited by John Talbot and Bishop James project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Reroofing the sisters’ house at Mtandi

We funded a new roof for the sisters' house at Mtandi. In July 2016 we visited the site with Bishop ...
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Drilling the bore hole in Murumba Village project partly funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Marumba Village, Bore Hole

A project which TDT (Tanzanian Development Trust) Pays 40% and a European Charity pays 60%. TDT had run out of ...
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Misechela Village, African Palms project, thanks selling palm crosses

Water project for Misechela Village

Funding was provided to try and complete a water pipeline project which had stalled a year earlier. The aim of ...
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Children at Masasi School

Special Needs Department of Masasi Primary School

Masasi primary school has about 1000 pupils, of these 70 are in the special needs section, many are albinos with ...
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2015

Mnyambe Dispensary

The new building View of the new building Mother waiting to be seen in the new building The Mnyambe dispensary ...
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Operating Theatre At Lulindi

Dr Lawi Issa had asked for funds to build a new operating theatre at Lulindi Health Centre. He was carrying ...
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Rondo tree planting project

starting the planting more plating African Palms provided £5769.00 to help plant 12,000 trees and plants in an area where ...
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Past projects:

Projects have done in 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2008

pupils of Mkuti primary in a happy mood after receiving books, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Project funded in 2008

In 2008 £34562.00 was given to the Tanzanian Education Authority for books ...
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Masasi eye clinic suppliers, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Project funded in 2010

In 2010 £3500.00 was sent to the Masasi Eye Clinic for medical supplies ...
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Officer Masasi recording books before distribution, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Project funded in 2011

In 2011 £45,000.00 was given to the Tanzanian Education Authority who bought required textbooks for 156 primary schools in the ...
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Desk arriving at Masasi village, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Projects funded in 2012

In 2012 £30,000.00 was given to the Tanzanian Education Authority, and 500 desks were made at Ndanda by local carpenters, ...
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girls standing outside the hostel project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses

Projects funded on 2013

APA funded a project to build a hostel for 20 secondary school girls in the grounds of the convent at ...
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carrying at water a much shorter distante point pipeline at Chipinpinbi project funded-by African Palms-selling palm crosses

Projects funded in 2014

We have provided funds towards 3 projects organised by the Britain Tanzania Society. Miungo Water project 1) £5300 to complete ...
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