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Projects funded in 2014

carrying at water a much shorter distante point pipeline at Chipinpinbi project funded-by African Palms-selling palm crosses

We have provided funds towards 3 projects organised by the Britain Tanzania Society.

Miungo Water project

1) £5300 to complete the Miungo water project in the Mtwara region.

collecting water now
collecting water now
Digging Trench for the pipeline at Miungo water project, funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses
Digging Trench for the pipeline

The project was completed in 2014.
The water project has been a big success! On a recent visit villagers told us how it had changed their lives. The headmaster of the local school told us how it had made a big difference to children’s education because children were now able to attend school instead of having to go and collect water.
In 2015 funds were provided to extend the pipeline to Chipinpinbi.

Local children at water point pipeline at Chipinpinbi project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses
Local children at one of the water points
carrying at water a much shorter distante point pipeline at Chipinpinbi project funded-by  African Palms-selling palm crosses
Carrying the water a much shorter distance!
another at water a much shorter distante point pipeline at Chipinpinbi project funded-by  African Palms-selling palm crosses
Another water point

Matongo Dispensary

2) £7000 towards the Matongo Dispensary project in the Mara Region.

Completed and water supply completed in 2014.

building work Matongo dispensary project in the Mara region, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses
Building work for a dispensary
Borehole to provide water fo Matongo dispensary project in the Mara region, project funded by African Palms selling palm crosses
Borehole to provide water for dispensary

Completed and water supply completed in 2014.

FGM safehouse in the Mara region

3) £11,000 to complete the fundraising for the FGM safehouse in the Mara region.

FMG safehouse in the Mara region, project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses
Safehouse near completion October 2014

The safe house was completed in 2014 in time for the cutting season’ and 134 girls were saved. A vocational training centre was given the African Palms name.”

Outside FMG safehouse in the Mara region, project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses
Outside the safehouse
Inside the vocational training centre FMG safehouse in the Mara region, project funded by African Palms, selling palm crosses
Inside the vocational training centre