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!
Father Francis Bartoloni, C.PP.S., manages our Mission Project schools in Tanzania. This year, we are embarking on a few new initiatives so our supporters here at home can enjoy a deeper and more tangible connection with our students of St. Gaspar Primary and John...read more
On Saturday, November 28th St Michael's Parish Hall in Fort Erie, ON was transformed into a mini-world's fair. 15 different countries were represented by members of our congregation. Samples of foods, folk art, clothing, customs & superb cultural performances were...read more
Congratulations, David! Recently, an art contest was held at our Mission Project Schools. More than 30 students entered their wonderful designs, vying for top honours. The winner was one of our brightest and most dedicated students, David. Father Francis hopes to use...read more