The Songambele Hospital project in Nkololo, Tanzania, Africa will provide medical care to thousands of men, women, and children living in the Shinyanga region of Northern Tanzania near Lake Victoria and the famed Serengeti. The new facility will allow children to get transfusions upon arrival at Songambele, instead of making the often deadly trek to the Somanda District Hospital in the town of Bariadi by ambulance, bicycle or small bus.
Roads to Life Tanzania, Inc. serves the people of the Nkololo area of the District of Bariadi, Shinyanga region, Tanzania, Africa. The primary work is to continue the ongoing charitable work begun in 1960 by the Reverend Paul E. Fagan (“Fr. Paul”), a Roman Catholic missionary priest, who has provided various kinds of assistance such as building schools, churches, roads, and medical facilities for the people of the Nkololo and the surrounding region.
Feeling led to provide healing for the body, as well as the soul, last year Father Paul received permission from the Tanzanian government to build a health center in Nkololo.
In association with the Roads to Life, Inc., the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University, and WellShare International, a team is currently working to design, fund, supply, and staff the future Songambele Hospital but your help is needed!
To donate to the cause: roadstolifetanzania.org/
Article from Texas A&M University: tamunews.tamu.edu/2011/02/01/architecture-student-designing%E2%80%A8hospital-for-tanzanian-village/
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