THE LADY FATEMAH TRUST - THIRD MICRO FINANCE LIVE GOATS PROJECT IN KENYA TO EMPOWER WOMEN LFT DONORS IT COST GBP 24.00 USD 39.25 PER GOAT PER FAMILY
LFT is seeking to raise funds in union with Bilal Muslim Mission to empower the women to rise above the poverty line and support their families…
Kwale District, Kenya
Kwale District is one of the seven districts in Coast Province.
Kwale town is the capital of Kwale County which is an administrative county in the Coast Province of Kenya East Africa; it lies on the equator by the Indian Ocean. It is located WikiMiniAtlas30 km southwest of Mombasa and 15 km inland, being the capital of the Kwale District it is bounded by the Mombasa - Nairobi road to the north and Tanzania to the south. It stretches inland from the Indian Ocean and covers an area of 8608 square miles of which 62km2 are under water. It is bordered by Taita Taveta district to the West; Kilifi District to the North; Mombasa District and Indian Ocean to the East and United Republic of Tanzania to the South. The district is divided into 5 divisions namely; Kinango, Kubo, Matuga, Msamweni and Samburu. Matuga and Msamweni divisions occupy the Coastal plains and foot plateau. Kinango and Samburu divisions are part of the semi-arid Nyika plateau. Kubo division encompasses the Coastal uplands. By way of comparison Kwale District is about two thirds of the size of the State of Connecticut USA or half the size of Wales in the UK. Kwale District the town has an urban Population 649,931 it lays next to the Shimba Hills National Reserve. The colorful town of Mombasa can be seen from Golini due to its high altitude. Past Kwale is the Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary running along the KWS (Kenya Wildlife Service) strip. Kwale is the main town of the Digo and Duruma. These people belong to the Mijikenda ethnic group of the Coast Province of Kenya. Other tribes found in the district include the Kambas, Arabs and Indians though to a very small proportion compared to the Digos and Durumas. The area extends from Shika Adabu in the south, to Kinango and then southwards to Lunga-Lunga on the border with Tanzania.
LFT is seeking to raise funds to provide water storage facilities in..... The villages of Mto wa Kae - Majenzi - Mjini in PEMBA, Tanzania Bibi Sakina (A.S.) project: Phase Five
The first act to be rewarded on the Day of Judgment is the charity of water. Imam Baqir (A) “Thawab al A’mal”
Pemba Water Project - Phase FIVE - Appeal
Pemba Island, known as "The Green Island" in Arabic, is an island forming part of the Zanzibar Archipelago, lying off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is approximately 984 km2 (379.9 sq. mi). The Island is situated about 50km from Zanzibar Island (Unguja), directly east of Tanga on the Tanzanian mainland. Pemba is smaller than Unguja but has a hillier landscape, although its highest point is less than 100 metres above sea level. In 1964 Zanzibar was united with the former colony of Tanganyika to form Tanzania.
Fourth phase of the Bibi Skeena (A.S.) project: The village of Masapa - Kisiwa Panza PEMBA
LFT is seeking to raise funds to provide water storage facilities in Masapa village.....
Pemba, known as "The Green Island" in Arabic, is an island forming part of the Zanzibar Archipelago, lying off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. Most of the island is hilly and fertile, dominated by small-scale farming as well as large scale farming of cash crops such as cloves. Pemba South Region is one of the 26 regions of the People's Republic of Zanzibar in Tanzania situated in the southern part of the island of Pemba. Kisiwa Panza Island County is a Provincial District in Pemba, with a population of approximately 3,000, therein lays the village of Masapa.
FOOD APPEAL FOR MENTALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN OF UHURU PIMARY SCHOOL, ARUSHA
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Today, in Arusha, Tanzania, society has made leaps in their acceptance of physically handicapped children however this acceptance is often not extended towards the mentally impaired. According to a study conducted by UNICEF in 2008, Tanzanian children with mental disabilities experience discrimination that can further affect their educational achievement as well as their physical health. These children are subject to violence, abuse, and exploitation and are often shunned while being given a lack of opportunity to participate in society.
Appeal for Ramadan Iftar 2013: For 369 Needy families of Chengoni Village, Kenya
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Al Hujjah Centre, Chengoni:
The centre was established in 1988. It is 67 kms from Mombasa along Mombasa – Nairobi Highway.
The prime occupation of the people is peasant subsistence farming, but highly deplorable due to famine, drought and inconsistent rainfall. Some people keep cattle at smaller scale for domestic purpose.