Community Hospital in Tanzania, Africa
The Jane Metson Foundation supports Samaritan Village, set up to provide physical, mental, and spiritual care for orphaned children in Tanzania. The construction of a nearby community hospital requires funding for construction to be completed, including electricity fittings, toilets and water tank.
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The hospital is a fundamental part of any community and Samaritans Orphanage require funding to complete the construction. The initial build is underway however extra funding is required to ensure the hospital has doors, electricity fittings (including power sockets and bulbs), a water tank, and toilet fittings (including showers, taps, basins).
The Jane Metson Foundation is aiming to secure funding that will help the Samaritans Orphanage, a charity partner since the Foundation was created in 2014, complete the necessary works to the community hospital.
Raise £6,000 to support the final stages of the community hospital construction.
Activities» Through regular donations to the Jane Metson Foundation as the project will be one of the three designated projects for 2016.
» Promotion via the Jane Metson Foundation's calendar of events e.g. the annual cricket tournament, the inaugural charity pub quiz, and charity ball.
What success will look like
By reaching the total of £6,000 and arranging a visit to the hospital on its completion. We are also in discussions to unveil a The Jane Metson Foundation plaque on the site.
It will have a long term impact on the local community providing care and treatment. We will demonstrate this by receiving regular updates from the Samaritans Orphanage on the impact of the community hospital and will include it in our newsletters to donors and supporters.
The project may require additional funds but we are working closely with Samaritans Orphanage to enable regular updates on the progress of the construction.
Through The Jane Metson Foundation website, regular newsletters and newly-created social media channels.
Budget - Project Cost: £100Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £100 Admin Organisation of calendar of events and printing of materials used to promote e.g. raffle tickets
The project is based in Arusha in Northern Tanzania and it is one of the poorest regions of one of the word's poorest countries. The region has a population of around 1.6 million people and is inhabited by various ethnic groups and communities. Living conditions have progressively worsened for the majority of the population, with many people living in slums. As a result, there are many abandoned and orphaned children who do not have the necessary support and care.
The goal of the project is to reduce the number of abandoned children in the country and to provide them with the necessary care and medical attention. These children tend to have parents who have sadly died or who have abandoned them as they are unable to support them due to widespread poverty. The community hospital will be a fundamental part of this work and will help the orphanage continue its support of these children.
One of The Jane Metson Foundation's founders and trustees, Stephen Metson, has been a long-term supporter of the Samaritans Orphanage in Tanzania and has carried out charity work on location with his wife. As a result, The Foundation has strong ties with the work currently taking place and has the necessary knowledge to know where the right support is needed. The Jane Metson Foundation also has no running costs and so all money raised can be used for this project.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Founder and trustee of The Jane Metson Foundation