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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:

Water

Water

Our deep-bore wells provide a reliable supply of clean water. Through diligent stewardship these wells can serve communities for generations.

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Education

Education

Brighter & healthier futures are now possible through access to quality education & nutrition received in our schools.

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Service

Service

Hard work is rewarded with genuine appreciation, resulting in a rewarding experience that lasts a lifetime.

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OUR IMPACT

Since 1976 we have:

drilled

600+

wells – over 95% of which continue to provide life giving water today

educated

1,400+

children in a nurturing environment, receiving a top ranked education

volunteered

260+

Canadians have helped us build windmills, schools & clinics in Tanzania

“I found a sense of self in Tanzania and learned I really do have a lot to be grateful for.”

–Taylor Matias, 2015 Kamloops, B.C. mission trip

C.PP.S. Mission Projects Connection!

Dormitory Project Update!

Dormitory Project Update!

As of July 13, 2018, the second girls' dormitory is nearing its last stages of construction (picture above). With only a couple more weeks to go before it is ready to be furnished, C.PP.S. Mission Projects couldn't be any more excited at the progress of...

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Stories from Volunteers

Stories from Volunteers

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