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    Weʼve raised £650 to help the Children of Lyasikika Secondary School, in Moshi, Tanzania to complete the Wash Project. Morden Little League 2020 goes to Africa

    Funded on Tuesday, 12th May 2020

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    Morden Little League are going to Tanzania, Africa to raise funds for the Lyasikika Wash Project, Moshi, Tanzania on 16th February 2020. Two of MLL young managers Conor Fanning and Joe Butcher will travel with Andy Butcher (PACO) on behalf of ABCD (UK) with the current President of the Rotary Club of Morden, John de Ronde. The project started in March 2019 and Morden Little League hope to see the project through to completion.

    Lyasikika Secondary School, Kilimanjaro Region, Moshi, Tanzania.

    ABCD (UK) was set up as a small charity in 2012 to help orphans and vulnerable children in one small village in Northern Tanzania to succeed at school and achieve their dreams. More details can be found at

    ABCD: Art Building Children’s Dreams (UK), an independent incorporated association was created by John de Ronde in 2013 and his hope is that he will be able to raise funds for the community of Lyamungo Sinde to help the orphans and otherwise vulnerable children.

    His vision in the village is to set up a fund for the orphans, to help children from the very poorest families go to school by paying supplementary school fees, supplying books and uniforms and even food if necessary through a subsidised school lunch programme. He would also like to provide a post-primary training facility for them so they might learn a trade.

    The aim is to replicate the ABCD projects as far and as wide as possible, so that more and more children around the world can afford the education that could provide the key to their future – and the future of their families and communities.

    Lyasikika Sec is a ward secondary school neat Moshi, Tanzania and is within stepping distance of Mount Kilimanjaro. The Lyasikika WASH Project has 2 stages. Stage 1 is the completion of the student hand-wash facility which is functioning but needs finishing touches. Stage 2 involves the replacement of a toilet block which has collapsed after heavy rains. Cost of finishing hand-wash facility - £1000. Cost of new toilet block - £4,500 hopefully to be supported by two Rotary clubs in the UK.



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      3 years ago

      Many thanks to Sara Taylor for another amazing donation. ....

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      Many thanks to Lisa Thompson for her kind donation.

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    • Zoe Hudson

      Zoe Hudson

      Mar 4, 2020

      Well done all of you, such a great cause, experience and immense proud of you xx


    • Terry


      Feb 24, 2020


    • Eleanor Smith

      Eleanor Smith

      Feb 16, 2020

      Best of Luck Coach Andy, From Rory & family 👍


    • Paddy & Larry - fellow Pirates

      Paddy & Larry - fellow Pirates

      Feb 15, 2020

      Well done guys, safe trip !!


    • Sanda


      Feb 7, 2020

      What a great cause! X


    • Anonymous


      Feb 5, 2020


    • Joan Collins-Hewitt

      Joan Collins-Hewitt

      Jan 29, 2020

      Great cause on behalf of my little league kid Tyler Hewitt


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