Story of FT Kilimanjaro

Posted on 2015-02-04 Tanzania

FT Kilimanjaro (FTK) and its founders envision flourishing communities in Lower Moshi void of poverty and despair: Communities where all, men and women, young and old, have access to basic health care, education and opportunities to be productive and earn a livelihood for themselves and their families, and to do so in a self-sustaining and environmentally sustainable manner.

Guided by the concept of an integrated approach to development, with interventions applied simultaneously and across multiple sectors, this strategic plan is built around long term goals for four sectors (Education, Health, Income, Infrastructure) that are interconnected. Using these goals and concrete implementation-related objectives we explicitly set out to create a framework that is meant to be an invitation to other stakeholders, including the community, lower government authorities and other NGOs, to identify what goals and sectors align with their objectives and to consider working collaboratively with FTK toward the accomplishment of a shared vision.