MOSHI: Lions Club of Moshi Kibo has adopted another orphan girl, as the club's long term project of community service. The Joint Secretary of the club, Past Cabinet Secretary Lion Inderjit Singh Rehal said that the club donated TShs. 120,000/= as school fees for Miss Candida Ludovi
MOSHI: Four years ago, Lions Club of Moshi Kibo adopted five orphan girls who are suffering from HIV disease and they are still being looked after by the club. The club gave a donation (amount not specified) to the Guardian of the girls Mr. Nurdin who has been looking after the wel
Lions Club of Moshi Kibo carried out Road Safety Events which took off on 9th September 2012. Members of the Club along with the children from Shishukunj Moshi painted two zebra crosses and served participants with refreshments and snacks at the Sikh Union Club Moshi. The Project cost
A video posted on Youtube by the Lions Club of Mumbai (Su Jok). The caption is: ' Lions Club of Moshi Tanzania tried it out and got a ray of hope that these children who are hard of hearing can get back their hearing. Let us share our experience with others. We have tried this t
Lion Prof. em Dr. Wim Blonk planting a tree on 26/2/2003.
Past district Governor Lion Samson Ndegwa handing over keys for a new dormitory.
Prof. Wim Blonk handing a novelty cheque to President Lion Gurdial Rehal for the donation to Lions Msandaka Deaf Centre.
Our first classroom for Deaf / Dumb pupils was jointly constructed by the Lions Club of Moshi Kibo, Lions Club Ijsedal Tervuren (Belgium), International School Moshi Ltd and Mwasi Kusini Primary School. The openining was performed on 8th January 2001 by Lion Manoj Shah (District Gover
The Msandaka Deaf Centre foundation stone laid by District Gorvernor (411: 2001-2002) the Hon. Med. World Laureate Lion Tebebe Yamani.