Even though Tanzania is located near the equator, there is a significant temperature drop at night. The colder temperatures further put vulnerable populations, such as persons with disabilities and the elderly, at risk. The goal of the project was also centered on providing persons facing poverty the ability to access material resources to help reduce poverty.
Mission Quilts will be distributed to the elderly, persons with disabilities and persons facing poverty.
Partner Name: Christian Council of Tanzania-WAMA (CCT-WAMA)
Number of Recipients: 39,750
Departure Date: August 28, 2013
Departure Date: September 19,2013
Distribution Dates: December 2013-August 2014
Latest: Material have been distributed!
Amani is a Kiswahili word for peace. No doubt this is a perfect name for an orphanage centre. A natural forest of acacia trees is a kind of special ingredient to the tranquility of the area. On December 27, 2013 the centre experienced a blessing, as 32 boys, 30 girls and a team of 30 men and women who volunteered to take care of the children at the centre, received quilts from the LWR-CCT program.
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