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The Eyes of The Youth

ENOUGH FOOD FOR EVERY FAMILY IS OUR PRIDE

By Benedicto Hosea – Project Leader We started our “Enough Food for Everyone” campaign to ensure all families have nutritious food to improve the health of the one of the most impoverished societies on the earth. Previously in Zeze people struggled to grow enough to eat.  However your donations and support has transformed Zeze society as…
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Bringing light to Zeze

By Benedicto Hosea – Project Leader Power is vital for the improving the lives of human being, however access is unevenly distributed in rural Africa. Zeze village 41 km from grid electricity and very dark at night.  People chop trees in the forest for cooking and use and burn expensive and smoky kerosene for lighting…
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Plaudits for our first climate change conference!

by Benedicto – Project Leader   Agricultural training. We are proud of the steady progress we are achieving with Zeze community with your generous donations. Up to now, Zeze community has not had enough food to feed its population, let alone have income security for families’ services like school uniforms, medicines, kerosene for light and more.…
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Helping Water Problems in Zeze, Tanzania with… an Ebay Pump?!

Water dominates life in Zeze.  Everyone conserves the little they have as obtaining it is so difficult – carrying it long distances to your home, queuing at the pump…  There is also the continual fear that another of the pumps will fail, making water even harder to obtain.  These are constantly breaking down.  When I…
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Bringing Broadband to Zeze School

School life in Zeze is rather different from the one I remember.  For a start, most pupils walk for over an hour to get there.  They also have to carry water with them to clean the school  as there is no water source nearby.  Their parents are subsistence farmers who struggle to provide them with food…
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Bees and Sunflowers in Zeze

I was last with Benedicto in Zeze in January.  Then he was talking about his dream of constructing bee hives to improve incomes in Zeze village. Now, thanks to many of you the hives are in place.  It hasn’t been without its challenges.  Moving the wood was delayed due to flooding during the rainy season,…
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