Climbing Kili for Karansi

263 total miles

Transforming Tanzania One Step at a Time. Thank you for your encouragement and support as we conquer “the Roof of Africa” in support of the children, widows, and families of Tanzania!

$20,623Raised of $60,000

Twenty Years of Friendship

Imagine being able to provide a means of sustainable income for a widow for under $100. Imagine providing textbooks for a classroom of 40 students for $50. Your support of Climbing Kili for Karansi will have a significant impact on the 140,000 residents of the Siha District of Tanzania.

Ubora started its work in 2002 in the rural, poor village of Karansi and over the past twenty years has built relationships and partnerships that are transforming the district.

Each person participating in this climb has paid his or her own way so that every dollar donated goes straight to the Impact Programs of Education, Community Development, Health, and Business/Agriculture.

An old African proverb says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Our goal as a team is to raise $60,000 for Ubora’s Impact Programs. If you have a business would you consider becoming a corporate sponsor at the $7500, $5000, $2500, or $1000 level? Individuals can give a flat donation or you may choose to give per mile climbed.

Thank you for your encouragement and support as we conquer “the Roof of Africa”!

God Had a Plan

The heartwarming story of how two places, 8,000 miles apart, became united in purpose and vision.

Donations

JB

Joni Bolsega donated $25

In memory of James Steven Baker.

1 month ago

Anonymous donated $250 to Paul Pascutti

Nice work for a great cause, Paul!

6 months ago

DH

Debbie Henderson donated $100 to Paul Pascutti

6 months ago

LH

Lauren Hayes donated $50 to Paul Pascutti

Congrats Paul and Michael! Great cause!

6 months ago

LH

Lauren Hayes donated $50 to Cindy James

Congrats Cindy and Duncan! Great cause!

6 months ago

Going Far Together - Impact Stories

The Future Me

"The future me was born here," Moses shared. Speaking to the students of Siha Leadership School in August 2021, Moses encouraged the students to work hard and not take their school for granted. When Moses arrived at SLS in the fourth grade, his teachers worried about him as he was sullen and without direction. Four years later, he graduated at the top of his class and went on to attend one of the best secondary schools in the region. He is now at Lugalo Military Medical School in Dar es Salaam considering pharmacy as his path.

$100

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