Our Work

In one of the Swahili dialects, Kilimanjaro also stands for ‘Haiwezekani ku’ meaning:  ‘Cannot be conquered’. Climbing a mountain is one of the greatest personal challenges, and fighting poverty by means of education is a personal challenge we as a group have taken.

We started out with one step at a time, and with the continual support of our well wishers, friends and people like you – who believe that education is the surest way out of poverty, we have been able to accomplish a few milestones.. We have yet to reach the peak.

Peak 4 Poverty has:
  • Financed 166 years of education for 104 students:
  • Assisted six orphanages
    • Dar ul Muslimeen (Morogoro)
    • The Anglican Tanga Deanery HIV/AIDS control project (Tanga)
    • Soure Collegina Santa Familia (Collegine Sisters of the holy family) (Tanga)
    • Diana Women Empowerment (Dar es Salaam and Tanga)
    • Ansaar Muslim Youth Center (Tanga)
    • UOWO Orphanage (Dar Es Salaam)

Peak 4 Poverty continues to locate and approve new recipients of the funds we raise who meet the goals of our organization.  We would like all of our contributors to be aware that our Board of Directors uses its discretion in locating and approving recipients of these funds.  The Board of Directors’ goal is to approve funds in a manner consistent with the purposes of our organization

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