The Kilimatinde Trust was established in 1997 and since then it has continued in partnership with the Diocese of the Rift Valley, Tanzania.
COVIID 19 Pandemic.
We are accepting Medical Elective Applications but they will be subject to Government restictions in the your own country and in Tanzania.
Please visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/tanzania/entry-requirements for upto date information
St Johns Place Promoting good Education
Following an inspection from Education Inspectors the school is looking to upgrade some of its school buildings. Please goto our Projects page to learn more or click here
Burns unit report December 2021
Medical Students Briefing
Next briefing / debriefing meeting:- We will email students with the details
These will be held when required via Zoom.
Extremely proud moment when the primary school children performed at the form four graduation. Their message... Education is key and St John's is the best! We have come so far from when we started the nursery school .
All glory to He who is able and our saviour Jesus Christ
This is the district education officer telling us not only does she agree that we should be registered for A level but also that we are one of two schools in our district that have been selected by the government to deliver A'level. She then went around the room collecting contributions from the room so that we can build the needed dormitories.
For our 20th anniversary in 2017 we are looking to launch three projects and complete them in our 21st year, 2018:
Each has a value of about £10,000
Building a school dormitory for A Level students
Establishing a Burns Unit in the Hospital
Develop a social enterprise project to build solar products for rural households
For more information on any of these projects please see our Projects page.
If you would like to support any of these projects please go to our Support Us page.
or got to or JUST GIVING page
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