Blackboard and new school windows safe in church Open to the sky - pre-primary school post-storm New primary school building in background Storm damaged pieces in the unusable school-room

Smart Villages Foundation

Org #72640
Vetted since 2020
2011
year founded
$19,478
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Can remote villages have the same opportunities as urban centres? Can rural residents have access to careers, clean water, healthcare, education, productive agriculture and communication-without leaving their villages? Smart Villages believes that people in remote villages deserve the same opportunities as everyone else. Remote villages are often "off the grid" and do not have a reliable supply of energy for lighting homes, cooking, charging mobile phones, or powering businesses. The energy sources they do have, such as kerosene lamps, are often harmful to their health. The national grid may never reach many of these remote villages, but other solutions exist. We believe that ener... read more

Project Leaders
Bernie Jones
Bernie Jones
Sandy Evans
Sandy Evans
Natasha Wilson
Natasha Wilson
Organization Information
15 Lady Place
Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 4FB
United Kingdom
+44 7761 375991
Organization Information
15 Lady Place
Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 4FB
United Kingdom
+44 7761 375991

Project Reports

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Feb 1, 2021
Stormy times in Simanjiro - Kiruru school update
Dear Friends, Despite COVID-related international travel problems, we have just been out in Tanzania, and in particular catching up with the community of Kiruru. The General Election in October, and...
Feb 1, 2021
Terrat Health Update
Dear Friends, Just back from another fortnight in Tanzania, so we're able to give you a very timely update. Firstly, on the COVID-19 situation, the news from Tanzania is sadly not very good. Whilst...
Nov 3, 2020
Kiruru update
Dear Friends and Donors, It's a pleasure to be able to update you all on the latest news from Tanzania. Over the last six months, it has been difficult to contact the remote communities with whom we...
 
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