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Provision of water to Katumbi Primary School

Provision of water to Katumbi Primary School This school is attended by 1200 pupils. As no running water is available throughout the village, people draw water from Lake Tanganyika, a full 2 km away from school, and a laborious walk for those children who are nominated to fetch water in buckets for the school that day. During this time, children don’t only struggle to fetch...
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School uniforms

School uniforms School uniforms are compulsory in Tanzania. We support those families who are unable to afford school uniforms for their children and therefore are denied the opportunity of an education. School uniforms are ordered at the Katumbi Village tailor and therefore support the local economy as well as sustainability of our project. Only € 10 will provide a full school uniform including shoes for...
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School furniture

School furniture The classrooms of Katumbi Primary School are not equipped with enough furniture to seat the children attending class. Many children sit on the floor throughout the day. First donations received have already paid for 125 chairs and tables, produced by the local carpenters in the village from the materials provided by our local partners. A donation of € 50 will ensure children can...
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School books

School books There is a constant need for school books for the 1200 children attending Katumbi Primary School. Tanzania’s government only provides books for a quarter of the children attending school. Our aim is to provide sufficient books to enable each child to share! With a donation of € 50 you will provide twenty school books. Donate now Please donate now
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Katumbi Clinic

Katumbi Clinic The current Katumbi clinic is not fit for purpose to support the nearly 4000 inhabitants of Katumbi village. Nurse Elisabeth struggles to support her patients due to lack of available medical equipment, poor provision of treatment rooms and restricted availability of medication. Due to the lack of infrastructure and local transport, the only ability to move patients is by the dilapidated village boat,...
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