After a fire breakout at Msandaka early this month, Lions club of Moshi Kibo helped construct a temporary kitchen to service the children and staff while plans are in discussion for a new permanent kitchen
Today (Sunday 20th September) our District Governor Hyderali Gangji and his wife visited and opened it by cutting the ribbon and also with a few members distributed essential items such as brooms, jembe (plow), exercise books, buscuits and juices which were distributed to the children. Our members also helped to clean the kitchen.
Lunch meeting with district governor before the Msandaka visit
Also an image of the cows in the ongoing project at Msandaka to provide our children milk.
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<p>This Tuesday we had the pleasure of welcoming Rotarians from Oxford who have donated towards the chicken shed project at the Msandaka Deaf Centre.
On 18th July 2015 we officially handed over a complete girls dormitory to the school. The handover was by Mr Piet Vandendriessche, Deloitte Belgium, P
Lions of Moshi Kibo, Measles & Rubella Campaign co-ordinator Mr. Benjamin from the US with Lion leaders PDG Abdul Majid Khan and PDG Wilson N. Nde
The Lions club of Moshi Kibo hands over 2 computers and 20 sewing machines to primary schools in Rau and Msandaka in the Moshi Municipality.
MOSHI, TANZANIA: Secondary Education -an ambitious project to educate the deaf and dumb pupils at Msandaka Lions Deaf Centre in Moshi, Kilimanjaro Reg
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), Internation
The Msandaka Deaf Centre foundation stone laid by District Gorvernor (411: 2001-2002) the Hon. Med. World Laureate Lion Tebebe Yamani.