Ann-Mari and Karin's Tanzanian Adventure
Ann-Mari and Karin are spending 2 months on Chole, looking after the Lodge and monitoring the work of the Trust, which is close to their hearts. They promise your generosity would not only benefit the community but also be a huge incentive for them to stay focused! Please be as generous as you can.
October 2014 - November 2014
Chole Mjini Trust Fund
The Chole Project's ultimate objective is self sufficiency for the Chole community, primarily through education. Up to the late 1990s, when the Project began, only one child in the community's entire history had ever completed formal secondary education. With the Trust's help 8 are now in university, and 2 others have already graduated. There is also a Kindergarten attended by practically every infant in the community, and an adult Learning Centre for IT and English language teaching.
Contributions will help the Chole Trust to continue its programme of granting educational bursaries, and making grants to help meet the costs of the Kindergarten and the Learning Centre.
For the Chole community to attain self sufficiency.
Activities» Make grants towards educational bursaries, and the running costs of the Kindergarten and Learning Centre.
The ultimate measure of success would be for the Trust to become redundant. Intermediate milestones include increasing numbers of people being educated and becoming IT literate.
The Chole Project will continue to foster self sufficiency among the community.
The biggest risk is insufficient funding to enable the Trust to support the community on the path of increasing ambition and self confidence.
Through regular newsletters and the Trust's website.
Budget - Project Cost: £2,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,000 Project support To support the granting of educational bursaries etc
Chole Island in the Mafia Marine Reserve, Tanzania.
The Chole community as a whole.
Because no other charity is operating on Chole.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Ann-Mari Beatty And Her Sister Karin
Ann-Mari and Karin have long supported the Chole Trust and have initiated this Project
The Chole Community
Without the commitment of the community to its own future, and it's willingness to take responsibility for that itself, no progress would be possible.