Since the inauguration of the charity in 2007, we have set up and been involved with many projects, as some shown below.
Project work so far includes:
Financed rain water harvesting schemes (as above) and running water for health centre
Built a housing for a medical refrigeration unit (top right)
Supplied a midwife bag and other medical equipment for health centre
Supporting education of several Sisters as nurses/midwives and other professions
Financing bursaries for nursery school children.
Provided playground equipment for nursery school
Supplied sewing and knitting machines (right)
Financed agricultural machine spares
Famine relief due to poor harvest
Assisted in getting Bibles and hymn books to equip village congregations
Supplied Bajaji (Scooter driven Rickshaw)
Built a hostel to accommodate 20 girls who come from villages to attend Secondary School
Drilled a well producing large quantities of water for irrigation and domestic use
The following are projects we would like to fund, based on the agricultural needs of the Sisters.
Two Axle Tipping Trailer at about £6,700
($8,610 or €7,560)
To connect to tractor bought last year.
Thrasher to get cob off the corn stoke at about £750
($965 or €846)
Currently it takes 20 Sisters 7 days to thrash manually 200 sacks of corn, as seen here:
Well drilling for water at Mkuranga farm of Sisters near Dar Es Salaam.
Funding is needed to hire the drilling machine and cover the project work.
Current estimate is £400 ($515 or €450)
The photo shows the result of drilling for water at the CMM Motherhouse in Masasi.