Kigamboni Community Centre
Kigamboni Community Centre
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Commenced:
01/01/2011
Submitted:
17/03/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Dar Es Salaam, TZ
Website:
www.kccdar.com
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical





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Anton Küchler Darren Nichols Helder Valente Hubert de Kalbermatten João Gonçalves Marko Alavanja Melissa Andrews Sarvesvara Dasa Stephanie Garvin Warwick Metcalfe
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Kigamboni Community Centre

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Rural, Residential, Commercial, Community, School Projects

Project Summary

The Kigamboni Community Centre is a registered non-profit based in the peninsula district on the outskirts of Dar-Es-Salaam in Tanzania. It currently provides education and play opportunities for local kids, many of whom have not been able to attend or complete primary school, as well as social enterprise support for local adults in the community. It is currently setting up a large scale permaculture project on a plot of land marked for KCC community development.

Project Description

The Centre has, with the support of funds from the UK and Canada, been able to purchase a plot of land in order to secure its future viability (it is currently housed in abandoned government buildings that are set for redevelopment). After having completed a PDC at the Kinesi Village permaculture centre in northern Tanzania, Festo Chengula, one of the founders of KCC, decided he would like to develop the land along the principles of permaculture, to include development of a school, housing, agriculture and aquiculture activities and additional community centre. We are in the very early stages - that means in the design phase. Since none of us have any experience in this area, we are keen for anyone who does to come and join us!

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