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Featured within this gallery are images showing our amazing achievements, of which we are very proud of. You can see images from out Sustainable food programme, Conservational awareness programme, Aids Awareness through Football programme and many more as well as see some of our incredible volunteers.

Clothes Recycling Programme

New from our 2012 trip! We were able to take over some clothing for the orphanages as well as create our very own clothes recycling bin so that people may continue to donate from Tanzania. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Sustainable Food Programme

To help orphanages to operate on a self reliance basis, we buy animals so that the centres we work in can increase their own food chain. In addition to improve the physical and emotional health of children we encourage local community participate to help with the long term development of local food growing projects. The purchase of animals is an important part of our sustainable food programme. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Art programme

Offering alternative forms of education, we aim to provide more life choices and chances we have developed an arts project. We worked with a street artist who helped the children from Newlands orphanage and Mount Kilimanjaro School in Tanzania develop art skill, which in turn, has allowed the children to sell their art to help sustain their own lives, selling the art work to tourists the young people involved are making a difference in their own lives. With the kind support from Black and White arts gallery in Moshi Tanzania and from students and staff from James Young High school arts department in Livingston West Lothian, linking our two nations together, we aim to develop our arts project further. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Cards project (arts and crafts and income generation projects)

The purpose of our work in this areas is to improve the economic status of those living in extreme levels of poverty both relative or absolute poverty. Working together to set up small social enterprises to improve peoples quality of life, we help those involve to eradicating poverty themselves, providing new skills settings through the arts and crafts we increase employment chances. Using arts and crafts and music increases the capacity of work opportunities. Working together with local people we utilize individuals own creative ideas and provide a helping hand to get people started. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Conservation awareness

Held jointly with the African Wildlife Centre in Moshi, Tanzania. Creating conservation workshops on environmental issues. We work closely with the dean of this college who operates as an advisor to our project; together we help educate and raise awareness of both environmental and animal welfare and conservation issues. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Culture

To help reduce suffering we encourage international volunteering, working along side the suffering, vulnerable, disadvantaged our humanitarian aim is be respectful of culturally sensitive differences. We recruit volunteers from local communities to work alongside our overseas volunteers to help drive forward their own work in order to help turn lives around for the better. Providing Clothing, food, shelters, educational resources, to life saving skills by working together in this way this helps increase our knowledge on global issues and differences, breaks down racial barriers but most importantly helps create mutural respect for each others cultural differences. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Decoration

we take on many diverse challenges to help improve quality of life, we encourage our volunteers and those affected by poverty to help us with decorating their schools and orphanages and to get involved in building, decorative or provide shelters. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Educational

Reducing poverty through the power of education we provide educational resources and alternative skills offering a hand up to those who need our support the most. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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First Aid

Providing life saving skills through peer educators programmes we have transferred our skills on to the students and staff at Mount Kilimanjaro School in Tanzania, pupils from the school are now saving lives themselves, operating peer education workshops in their own communities. Teaching first aid themselves, providing emergency treatment and equipment to schools and orphanages to rural impoverished communities where access to education, emergency treatment and hospitals is severely limited. We have tangible evidence that these young people are now helping to save lives themselves by providing emergency first aid. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Food Programme

Creating sustainable food projects we help individuals and communities to operating on a self help, self-reliant basis. We helped them to plan the crops in order to help feed them-selves. Now we are pleased to announce that the children at Newlands orphanage in Tanzania have been taught the skills, been given the tools and knowledge in which to maintain the crops throughout the year themselves. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Football Programme

To help support those affected by life threatening matters or a lack of emergency care, taken down by infections such as HIV/AIDS and other disabling issues. We use football as a vehicle to deliver vital messages of HIV/Aids awareness. For the enhancement of sports development we are actively developing a football academy to encourage young people to get involve and help others most in need of their support the most. Driven by a persons passion and skills we help build self esteem and confidence. Empowering females also through participation the nature of our work helps break down gender and racial barriers. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Launch

Making a difference at grass roots level some of our volunteers at the launch of our project.

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Orphanage

Meet some of the special wee stars we work with at Mount Kilimanjaro School and New lands orphanage. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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Volunteers

Meet some of our volunteers. Read more see our 2012 current fact sheet

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The Mount Kilimanjaro First Aid Community Programme in motion

We have a few videos online via our YouTube channel. Click here to see them.

UK Co-Ordinator - Christina Wren - tel: (UK +44) 01506882165 - e-mail: info@kilimanjarofirstaidcommunityprogram.com

Mount Kilimanjaro First Aid Community Programme is an international humanitarian organisation (non Profit making) community interest Company SC Reg No: 418956 a company limited by guarantee. Working jointly with a number of other charities and organisations such as; Mount Kilimanjaro School a non profit making organisation in Tanzania Registration no: 22993 and Newlands orphanage. Helping to support Broom House Young Carers a Reg Charity No: SC003706 a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No: 320027 which is a charity held very close to our hearts we will be supporting this year. This e-mail and any of its attachments is considered to be confidential. It is intended solely for the addresses or named people mentioned either on the e-mail address or within the contents of the e-mail. If you are not an intended recipient, any use, copy or diffusion, even partial of this message is prohibited. Please delete it and notify Mount Kilimanjaro First Aid Community Programme immediately: christina@kilimanjarofirstaidcommunityprogram.com