C.PP.S. Mission Projects serves to support and empower communities throughout Tanzania by building sustainable water well systems and providing educational opportunities for children who otherwise would not be able to access the tools needed to build a stronger future for themselves and in many cases, their families. We have always served as needed, supporting agricultural development, providing access to medical care through the building of hospitals & maternal health clinics and supporting HIV/AIDS orphanages & housing for the aged.
Today, the Mission Projects focuses its resources in three key areas:
Our deep-bore wells provide a reliable supply of clean water. Through diligent stewardship these wells can serve communities for generations.
Brighter & healthier futures are now possible through access to quality education & nutrition received in our schools.
Hard work is rewarded with genuine appreciation, resulting in a rewarding experience that lasts a lifetime.
Since 1976 we have:
wells – over 95% of which continue to provide life giving water today
children in a nurturing environment, receiving a top ranked education
Canadians have helped us build windmills, schools & clinics in Tanzania
C.PP.S. Mission Projects Connection!
On Friday, October 21st the Missionaries of the Precious Blood Atlantic Province hosted a gala fundraising dinner in support of C.PP.S. Mission Projects at the Fontana Primavera Event Centre in Vaughan, ON. Be a Part of THEIR Future was a celebration bringing together...read more
On Friday, October 21st the Congregation of Missionaries of the Precious Blood-Atlantic Province will be hosting a gala dinner & dance to commemorate the 40th anniversary of C.PP.S. Mission Projects. It is shaping up to be a lovely evening. What could make it even...read more
May 27th marks Brother Anthony's Birthday! Help us wish him a happy 87th and thank him for his years of dedicated service and ongoing support for C.PP.S. Mission Projects! For almost 40 years, Bro worked tirelessly on behalf of many wonderful donors and...read more