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Friends of Masasi and Newala
Working with the people of southern Tanzania
Working with the people of southern Tanzania


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Why politics is divorced from reality in one picture

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Bishop Patrick Mwachiko is to visit Malvern, Hereford, Minchinhampton and other UK locations in January!

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Photo attached is courtesy of Andrew Mchawa

Rondo Junior Seminary broke up on 22nd Dec. So much happening with a new dispensary and preform 1 dormitory being built. So many people work so hard to make this school successful and the testament to its success is that so many teachers are also previous students who want to give back to the Rondo community the experiences they have achieved. Mungu akubariki sana watu wa Rondo.

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Following the success of their HIV/AIDS Education Programmes in Masasi in previous years, the Minchinhampton Group has been asked by Bishop Patrick to organise an HIV/AIDS Education Training Conference in Masasi in 2012.
The estimated costs for this are in the region of £3,500.
To raise funds for this project the Group has produced tea towels, illustrated by Masasi children and including a picture of Bishop Patrick.
The tea towels cost £5, including postage, more details here :

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In September 2009 the original Diocese of Masasi was split into two separate Dioceses and the new Diocese of Newala was created. As a result of this, and with the approval of the Charity Commission, the Friends of Masasi changed its name to the Friends of Masasi & Newala. The new web address is : - all bookmarks will be automatically redirected.

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Photos of the completed renovations of the Cathedral.
The Bishop, the clergy and the people of the Diocese of Masasi send their sincere thanks and gratitude to those whose generosity and efforts made this restoration possible. The Dean and Chapter of Canterbury
The Friends of Masasi, UK
Mr Mkuviamaita of Nanyindwa Parish
Fund raising in the Diocese of Masasi
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