Join us in the Kilimanjaro Climate care projects


Our Manifesto

KILIMANJARO, the highest mountain in Africa, is located in the area where the first humans lived. Due to the melting ice cap, the pinnacle has become a symbol of climate change. Massive deforestation has occurred over the years resulting in poor living conditions. Tourists leave tonnes of waste behind, and the local people are unaware of the environmental impact.

That is why we want to improve the living environment in this iconic location and have initiated The Kilimanjaro Climate Care Projects for kids to contribute to reversing the negative spiral.

“Mradi Wa Utunzaji Uoto Asili Wa Kilimanjaro”

We teach children to collect and recycle plastic waste, reforest and grow trees and vegetables through skills and development lessons in local schools. Thus motivating and inspiring schoolchildren, their parents and their communities. 

Together we can move mountains.


“Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Threatened in its beauty, threatened to lose its eternal snows by climate change and deforestation... Neglected by the human needs of the poor, and by agricultural wrongdoing. If the trend is not reverted, the loss of more than 1⁄2 meter thickness each year will lead to the complete disappearance of Kilimanjaro ice fields in less than 15 years.”

UNESCO World Heritage Centre

“There is no time to waste. We must either unite or perish”
- Julius Nyerere, First President of Tanzania

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