Chipole Development Program in Tanzania

Project Leader:

Mr. Richard Chale

African Benedictine Sisters of St. Agnes Chipole run a development program located in the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Songea in Ruvuma region in southern part of the United Republic of Tanzania. The Chipole Development Program is involved in combating the spread of HIV/AIDS, taking care of vulnerable and orphaned children, widows and the elderly who are poor and in need of basic care. The program also seeks to support youths who are in need especially the disabled. The Sisters also teach catechism to children. On Sundays there are three masses for all the school children and the people in the local community. Please help the Sisters run the Chipole Development Program efficiently with as little as $25 that can help secure medicine and vocational training.

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$360

of $4,500 raised



Elizabeth donated $59.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $25.

clay donated $50.

Jillian donated $50.

Anonymous donated $1.

Anonymous donated $125.

What your donation can do!

  • $10 helps buy bibles, school supplies
  • $20 helps buy medicine, and basic treatment
  • $50 helps run vocational training and get materials
  • $100 helps buy rice, oil, beans for the poor community
  • $150 helps run HIV/AIDS education/prevention workshops


Project Updates

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Elizabeth donated $59.

1 month ago

Anonymous donated $50.

1 month ago

Anonymous donated $25.

2 months ago

clay donated $50.

5 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Richard Chale
Thank you so much for your donation, God bless you! You make a lot of difference. You motivate them, you encourage them, you strengthen their spirit to continue to what they are doing. They appreciate knowing that there are people out there who care for and give them a hand in maintaining the church of Christ. "I was hungry, you gave food, I was thirsty you gave me water, I was naked you you gave me cloth,....."

5 months ago

Jillian donated $50.

6 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Richard Chale
Thanks very much, God bless you for your donation. It makes a lot of difference for them. We, here, are trying our best to help these dedicated poor ex-Sisters, it is our responsibility as we are living among them, we see with our naked eyes the way they are struggling. What we doing is not sufficient, we need assistance. Thanks again!

6 months ago


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