Next trip – 7th to 15th November 2020
The project that started with the aim to distribute donated bras to women to help reduce sexual assualt resulted in 500kg being recieved to our office in Dorset and 250kg being distributed. Due to Tanzanian red tape the second trip in June 2017 meant we had to revert back to the distribution of children clothes but this project has done some great stuff so far!
From the bra project came the funding for a brand new pre-school for the children of the Masai Village in Namelok, we distributed 200kg of clothes to children in five villages and helped two children to hospital.
So, like our other projects this trip focuses on helping the disadvantaged children in the villages surrounding Iringa. This includes small welfare projects including solar panels, water tanks, toilet blocks and small school buildings along with the distribution of “School in a bag” Rucksacks and donated childrens clothes.
The week will provide you with the chance to make a real difference to the hundreds of children you met and see how happy they are just recieving a t-shirt or even a School Bag full of pens and pencils to help them learn. You see, education is a priviledge here, not a right.
Come and experience the African sunset with like-minded people.
As with all our adventures its open to change and if you are interested in this trip then get your name down and pay your deposit. This is not a normal holiday, the trips we run are special and exclusive so get booked up quick by repeaters, so thats why you need to book to experience it!
Saturday: All meet at Gatwick/Heathrow airport and check in our bags, heading to Dar Es Salaam via Istanbul.
Sunday: Arrive early morning, sort Visas and we will then take a small plane to Iringa airport where we will be met by our partner charity.
The afternoon will be a chance for the drink in Iringa (or sleep) and to get your bearings.
Monday – Wednesday: The team will be visiting a number of villages to distribute the clothes you have brought, meet the people and also distribute School Bags.
Thursday: We will visit the village(s) where we have donated funds to provide essential services and may stay in the villages overnight and eat with the locals. We hope to also experience the gospel choir in Alfred’s church. (Alfred is the local Pastor) before we head off to the Ruaha National Park for an evening game drive.
Friday: Early morning game drive before we head back to Iringa for a final group meal with our hosts.
Saturday: More distribution of donations and then fly back to Dar Es Salaam and onward to the UK
Sunday: Arrive home.
A place on the next event will be a minimum donation of £1700. This includes return flights, all in-country transfers, basic accommodation, breakfast and some evening meals, group travel insurance and Visa costs. The team run a kitty which is up to £10 a day to cover drinks / evening drinks and lunch which is more than enough.
A £200 non-refundable deposit secures your place on the team then we require a further £700 eight months before trip with the remaining £800 eight weeks before departure.