BENEFITING: TANZANIAN CHILDRENS PROJECT
Malowa is a rural village located in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Several hundred orphans live in Malowa and several nearby villages. These orphans are in need of health care, education, and housing. The Tanzanian Children's Project is a 501 (c) non-profit organization whose mission is to raise funds to support the St. John Vianney Orphanage, founded by the Adorer Missionary Sisters of the Poor, and the Malowa Medical Dispensary funded by the Tanzanian Children's Project.
The dispensary is an outpatient clinic offering routine checkups, maternal child heathcare (MCH), wellness programs, HIV/AIDS education, vaccinations, nutrition education, and other services. Additional funds are needed to purchase medical supplies and subsidize the salaries of the medical staff. Orphans will receive free medical care and all others who receive services will be charged only what they can afford to pay.
A new Catholic primary school is currently under construction at a cost of $10,000 per classroom. School supplies and furniture are also needed as is tuition, uniforms, and meals for the orphans. The construction of homes to house orphans will soon begin. Needless to say all of these projects require a substantial investment.
Consider making a donation today to help the Orphans of Malowa.