PROJECT REPORT Fourth phase of the Bibi Skeena (A.S.) project: The village of Masapa - Kisiwa Panza PEMBA
Phase four of the Pemba Water project took longer than the last three, as availability of certain material, like cement was difficult. A few extras had to be added like an additional 1 ½ pipe and accessories had to be laid out to facilitate water supply to the village from the mains.
Third WATER PROJECT AT TWO Villages: Kifenesini and Mjananza KISIWA PANZA, PEMBA ISLAND in the name of Bibi Sakina a.s.
Phase three of Bibi Sakina (as) water project, saw two more village get water storage facilities. Kifenesini and Mjananza village which have a population of 293 and 322 respectively had 10,000 litres of water at their door step, which some time back was only a dream. Clean water has been a problem in many villages over a long period of time, and with the kind assistance of Lady Fatema Trust, along with these two, a total of FIVE villages now have water for drinking and cooking.
The Lady Fatemah (a.s.) Charitable Trust in conjunction with Bilal Muslim Mission, Mombasa, Kenya distributed Ramadhan Food Basket to 369 Needy families of Chengoni Village, Kenya
Bilal Muslim Mission in conjunction with The Lady Fatema (A.S) Charitable Trust was able to distribute ration for iftar to the Muslims in the rural areas.
Second WATER PROJECT AT TWO Villages: Kigongoni and Mtaju, KISIWA PANZA, PEMBA ISLAND in the name of Bibi Sakina a.s.
Pemba, a small island in Tanzania, measuring approximately 980 sq km, is located north of Zanzibar, another of Tanzania’s islands, which is well known for it’s tourism industry. Pemba is well known for it’s cloves.
On completion of the first water project in Pemba, Lady Fatema Trust embarked on two more locations in the islands surrounding Pemba, Tanzania. This was in response to an appeal by PADEO (PEMBA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION), PEMBA. PADEO has identified 20 such locations in and around Chake Chake, Pemba’s main township.
First WATER PROJECT AT Village: Sijuweni KISIWA PANZA, PEMBA ISLAND in the name of Bibi Sakina a.s.
Pemba, in Tanzania is a small Island, of the east coast of Dar es salaam, north of Zanzibar, measuring about 980 sq km.
An appeal in March 2013 was received form PADEO (PEMBA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION), PEMBA, an organization based in Pemba, for water facilities in the small villages which make up Pemba Island. PADEO have identified 20 such villages that require water storage facilities and Lady Fatema (as) trust is hopeful it will be able to provide water to them in the name of Bibi Sakina (as)
- Lady Fatema Charitable Trust Mahe Ramadhan 1433 AH - Individual Family Distribution Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya, Mombasa
- Second Live Goats Micro Finance Project of The Lady Fatemah Trust in Tanzania Assists One family with 15 members - At the cost of US£ 250.00
- Quarterly Report (April to June 2012) of KIBOWA ORPHANAGE POULTRY PROJECT
- Children of Uhuru Special Needs School, Arusha enjoying their meal. Kindly sponsored by The Lady Fatemah Trust.