CWUHA trustees meet at least five times a year to receive financial reports, agree drivers for convoys, receive updates on existing projects and on some occasions agree new ones. The trustees meeting in February was one of those where they got to discuss and agree new exciting projects and partnerships.
On the back of a recent fact finding mission to Tanzania and receiving an excellent report produced by one of our Project Workers, Lenny Crook the trustees agreed to work with the BAHA and the Excel Foundations to help provide underprivileged children with an education along with healthcare, clothing and food.
On top of this the trustees also gave the green light to enter into a three year agreement with ‘Share Tanzania’ to make them one of our CWUHA supported projects with a goal to help build a purpose built centre for the care of special needs children.
The trustees also reaffirmed their commitment to the Kilima Hewa Kindergarten in Moshi, Tanzania and will carry on sponsoring 50+ children’s uniforms, books, meals and one of the teacher’s salary.
On the UK front they agreed to explore the possibility of working with a specialist therapeutic care school’ which has three homes in the UK two of which are DfE registered schools helping boys and girls aged 6 to 12 years old with social, emotional, mental health and associated learning difficulties…More on this in the coming months.
And finally, the trustees approved funding towards a paediatric wheelchair for a serving soldier’s daughter who suffers from a rare genetic disease that causes difficulty walking, a loss of sensation in the arms and legs, and impaired speech.
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