We are committed to earning, and keeping, the trust and confidence of our donors, sponsors and supporters through complete transparency and integrity. Run by volunteers, virtually 100% of funds raised goes to projects on the ground. Annual audits: We are independently audited annually here in Australia. The Secondary school is also independently audited in Tanzania. … Continue reading How do I know I can trust you with my money?
Yes! When creating your Will, firstly provide for family and friends, and then consider whether you can also include a gift to Katoke. See our Fundraising page for details.
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No. While the Katoke Trust For Overseas Aid is an interdenominational Christian organisation, we provide aid to all people in need irrespective of race, religion or gender. The Trust partners with the local community and churches, especially with the Anglican Church, which owns the 804 acre Katoke site where the secondary school is located.
We are an organisation run entirely by volunteers in Australia. This helps us keep our administration costs low meaning more of the funds raised go directly to projects on the ground. If you are keen to volunteer or would like more information, see our Volunteer page for more details. Note: All short-term volunteer trips to Katoke … Continue reading Are there any employment opportunities at Katoke?
Subject to availability, we can try to arrange for a suitable executive committee or sub-committee member to attend an event to give more information on the Katoke Trust and how people might like to get involved. Contact: email@example.com
Katoke and indeed Tanzania as a whole, is a safe and peaceful place with relatively little conflict and has a Christian and Muslim mix. Most villagers are caught in the poverty trap, and without assistance, have no way out. Population/ Language: Tanzania has a population of 56 million people that speak Kiswahili, a little bit of English … Continue reading What is the place of Katoke like?
Katoke is located in North Western Tanzania in a region where Tanzania neighbours Rwanda and Uganda. Katoke is a generic term applied to a collection of small villages covering about 10,000 people. It gives its name to the adjacent government teachers college campus. It is located in the Muleba District, part of the Kagera Region … Continue reading Where is Katoke?