Mufindi Today – July 3, 2012

It’s a Tuesday, so that means CTC Day at Mdabulo. All Home Based Care Volunteers (HBCV) met with Jenny Peck and some staff at Mdabulo today to discuss plans to expand the Home Based Care program to Ihanu ward- the villages of Ibwanzi, Nandala, Ihanu, Kilosa, Isipi, and Lulanda. The program has been a great […] Read more »

Mufindi Today – June 2012

Mufindi Today 26/6/12 Today was CTC day at Mdabulo Care and Treatment Clinic, and Jenny Peck was there together with the home based care team of volunteers helping the staff manage the large mass of patients coming for HIV treatment. Today, Jenny came with an extra guest. For the past week the children at the […] Read more »

Igoda Children’s Village

Another email concerning the Mufindi Orphans project: As we prepare for the upcoming BBQ on August 11th, I thought you might like to hear about an exciting development in the Igoda Children’s Village, the one where the AIDS affected children we play a part in supporting live. Please see the message from Geoff Knight below. […] Read more »

Mdabulo Hospital Update

The following is the content of an email from Geoff Fox of the Foxes Community and Wildlife Trust to Gord Breedyk and others concerning the status of the Mdabulo Hospital Thought I must update everyone, as there have been (and may be) staff changes for the better. Firstly, The new (functioning part) wing of the […] Read more »

Mufindi Orphans Fund Raising Update

The following is part of a document received from Gord Breedyk and Evelyn Voigt reporting on the Mufindi Orphans project. We would like to thank everyone once again for helping us make significant contributions to the well-being of individuals, young and old in Mufindi, Tanzania. We quite recently got some exciting news about how the […] Read more »

A Brighter Future For African Orphans

Welcome to the Mufindi Orphans (.ca) blog! It is with great pleasure that Evelyn (Voigt) and I invite you to join us, and many friends, to support this very exciting initiative in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. The specific location is Mufindi – yes, you can find it using Google Earth. Mufindi, to Evelyn, is […] Read more »