Eco Home Village
We are trying to raise £192 for a children's Eco Village in Tanzania. This is a great opportunity for you to gain reward, do not underestimate the weight of a single penny on the scale of the Day of Judgement. The money is going towards a fantastic cause which provides orphans with a stable and welcoming home which will nurture the physical, mental, social and spiritual growth of vulnerable orphans., where they can live as a family and reach the same goals which you and I have the privilege to reach. Inshallah we will be raising the money through bucket collections, fundraising and much more.
With its emphasis on sustainability and almost total reliance on green energy, the Children’s Eco Village will be truly innovative and self-sustaining.
Set in 30 acres of lush green surroundings just outside the capital Dar es Salam, our Eco Village - when completed - will feature 16 homes, a sports ground, a playground, an Eco Mosque, a community centre, a library, a training centre and a permaculture farm.
The Eco Village where the Eco-Home are situated ultimately aims to:
- Facilitate the children's growth in an empathic family setting that they need
- Provide a secure base for their physical, psychological and emotional growth
- Ensure their attendance at elementary school and support them to excel to higher standards
- Help the children acquire economic survival skills necessary for a productive life as an adult
- Provide holistic community-based care that supports them into becoming socially integrated adults in society.
"'The Eco Village that Islamic Help is building just outside Dar es Salam is an innovative and ground-breaking project that will provide security and stability to the most vulnerable in our society. This is an exciting venture and I applaud Islamic Help for its foresight and vision. Insha'Allah it will be a model village for others to emulate".
His Excellency, former President of Tanzania (1985-1995) H.E Al Haj Ally Hassan Mwinyi
You can read an information pack about the Orphans Eco-Village here: