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Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro At 5,895m, Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s highest free-standing mountain. The funds they raise will go to help the children at the Blind School at Mtandi. The Blind School at Mtandi The Blind School in Mtandi houses 52 blind children, many of them experiencing additional physical and mental disabilities. …

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This report was written by Mrs Mwanaida Mtaka Head Teacher of Mtandi Primary School With great thanks from Masasi primary schools society, I on behalf of the society, I dare present their great thanks and appreciation for your moral and material support to our lovely disabled children. I am writing not only to appreciate your …

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Bishop James and Veronica Almasi with His Excellency Peter Kallaghe The London Masasi Day was held at All Saints Margaret Street with over twenty five people from all over the UK attending. Bishop James gave an outline of his vision for the next five years and invited people to attend the 50th Anniversary of the …

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We are pleased to announce the arrival of  Bishop James and Veronica, on the 10th April and they are staying until 30th April visiting friends and supporters across the South of England. There is a Masasi Day, to which everyone is invited, at St Peters Herford on Saturday 25th April. There is a programme of speakers, which will include Bishop James. Full …

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Bishop James Almasi arrived in England on November 20th and has been busy visiting many churches and schools and people around the Diocese of Hereford. He arrived to celebrate the consecration of the Bishop of Hereford, together with the Bishop of Dar es Salaam. Bishop James will also visit London, Stapleford and Worcester where there …

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An amazing day was seen by over 2000 people who were both inside and outside Mtandi Cathedral in Masasi.  Bishop James Barnaba Almasi was consecrated as Bishop of Masasi.  Anglicans from all corners of the world arrived, from Canada and the UK.  The Friends of Masasi and Newala were represented by Jonathan Rendall who is …

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It is with sadness that we have learned of the passing away of Mick Levick who has been a staunch supporter of Masasi Diocese.  Mick made many visits to Masasi with his wife Val and they held many places in great affection.  Mick held the honorary title of UK Commissioner to the Bishop of Masasi …

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The village of Namasakata near Tunduru was the original site for St Cyprian’s College.  This land has a few buildings that remain on the land and can be incorporated into the new development.  This is the village meeting in August 2014 where the village was delighted to hear of the plans for a girl’s school …

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It is with sadness that we bring news of the death of Canon Prebendary Walter Gould.  Walter was an amazing man with an unflappable manner and steadfast love for the people of Tanzania.  He had immense knowledge and was a great supporter of agricultural techniques that can preserve the environment and also increase yields and avoid …

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This month Canon James Barnabas Almasi has been elected to serve as the 9th bishop of Masasi.  His consecration will take place on September 21st at Mtandi Cathedral and representatives from many areas of the world will attend, along with the President of Tanzania.  James has served in several Masasi parishes and also in Mbeya …

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