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PROVISION CHARITABLE
FOUNDATION

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Committed to improving the lives of Tanzanian people through education, health care, and opportunities.

“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.”

― Nelson Mandela

OUR PROJECTS 

Our major projects are Epilepsy Care, Education, Women's Support, Health Care, Dental and Oral Health, and Micro Enterprises.

OUR PARTNERS
 

Over the years Provision Charitable Foundation has been blessed with the partnership of ROW Foundation, Dalhousie University, Jones Family Foundation, Saint Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences, Engineering Ministries International, and Provision CPA.

 

OUR TEAM

Provision Charitable Foundation's work would not have been possible without the dedication, compassion, and giftedness of its team members. 

 

FINANCIAL 

Provision Charitable Foundation has operated under very firm financial principles since its inception. The accomplishments would have been impossible without the generosity of our donors. Read about: Our Commitment to Donors, Our Employment of Epileptic People, The Women’s residence at Saint Francis University, and more.

NEWS
 

 Abuses and Discrimination Against Girls and Women.

 

Provision Charitable Foundation is beginning to advocate more actively for women and children through the Tanzanian legal system. As a first step, we are supporting a woman, Oliver, through law school.

VISIT TANZANIA

Combine your visit to our project locations with a safari.

Visit beautiful Mikumi Game Park.

Travel to the northern part of the country to see the Serengeti or the Ngorongoro Crater.

Spend a few days taking in the beauty of the beaches in Zanzibar, or along the Indian Ocean coast.

There are endless opportunities in this amazing country!

ABOUT US

Provision Charitable Foundation finds its roots in the work of Dr. Louise Jilek-Aall. Discovering that the people of the Wapogoro tribe, in the Mahenge mountains of the Ulanga district, suffered from an unusually high prevalence of epilepsy and never received medical treatment, she started the Mahenge Epilepsy Clinic in 1960, to serve the epileptic patients in that region.

Ken and Nancy travelled to Tanzania in 2009  and witnessed the life work of Dr. Louise Jilek-Aall. The inspiration provided was the beginning of Provision Charitable Foundation.

 

Today Provision Charitable Foundation continues to strive to improve the lives of people living in the region.

ASSIST US

Provision Charitable Foundation first started in the town of Mahenge and then expanded to the town of Ifakara and the Kilombero Valley. It is our goal is to continue to fulfil our mission of improving the lives of the Tanzanian people.

We would appreciate any assistance. Please contact us if you need further information. Thank you. 

2438 SE Marine Drive

Vancouver, BC

V5S2H1 Canada

email: admin@provisioncharitablefoundation.com

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