We take water for granted. It is hard to believe that the water that we throw away after having a bath or washing our cars is cleaner than the water many communities have to drink in Africa.
We would not even bath in the water that is consumed in the villages of Tanzania as drinking water. . .
Proper sanitation is one of the basic life essentials. Lot of disease tends to spread because of lack of proper sanitation and hygiene.
We are looking at providing toilets at key areas like schools, churches, mosques, hospitals. . .
We believe that being disabled does not mean that one cannot earn a livelihood. One of the restricting factor seems to be going to place of work. . .
Unfortunately at the time of death, the relatives are faced with the hardship of looking for means to give a respectful burial to their loved ones and instead of grieving, they have to go around looking for loans so as to be able to bury their loved one.
The cost of providing the last rights with the shroud comes to only 8 pounds
Children across Tanzania have to sit on dusty and dirty floor when they attend classes.
With the Desk and Chair initiative you can help those students with their education. . .
There are various reason for school dropouts, but the most common one is poverty.
Whilst primary education is free in Tanzania, the school does not provide with books or uniform. . .
Pakistan saw flood at a scale never seen in the country before, thousands of lives were lost.
The flood left thousands of houses damages, a substantial large number of houses were raised to the grounds. . .