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Emmanuel Makongoro

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Company Description: SWALLOW Inc. is a Canadian registered non-profit corporation headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan founded on November 28, 2006. Founders: Glen Povey Kristina...   more
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Emmanuel Makongoro - Program ...
www.swallowinc.org, 12 Sept 2012 [cached]
Emmanuel Makongoro - Program Coordinator
Maasai Child Development Programme -Staff
www.greenhopetz.com, 3 Mar 2012 [cached]
Emmanuel Makongoro is our Programme Coordinator-(TAYCHI-ICSP, ARUSHA), Emmanuel is one of our founder trustees and brings a wide range of experience from different sectors in Organisation Development, Project Planning, Capacity Building, Resource Mobilisation as well as Monitoring and Evaluation. Emmanuel has a more that 13 years in working with civil society sector and has worked with different NGOs before conceptualise and formulating Green Hope org.
We See You
www.weseeyou.ca, 17 July 2009 [cached]
Upon sending the third We See You container to Arusha, Tanzania, SaskTel connected with Emmanuel Makongoro, Green Hope program director. Emma distributed the container contents to a number of organizations in Arusha and surrounding area, enhancing the ability of this container project to impact many more lives than could have ever been possible without his dedicated time and energy.
We See You
www.weseeyou.ca, 30 Mar 2009 [cached]
Emmanuel Makongoro, who arrived in Regina on March 7th, 2009 is the program Coordinator for Green Hope organization in Tanzania. Green Hope is a non-profit organization working to promote positive socio-economic development for youth, women and children in the regions of Mwanza and Arusha. Makongoro will be taking the money back to his home country, where mosquito nets will be purchased for $10.00CA, and distributed to the children who need them most. Two children can be protected from Malaria with one mosquito net, a vital survival tool in Tanzania. However, most people in Tanzania cannot afford a mosquito net and are barely able to purchase enough food to get through each day. With the money raised from donations of generous local people in the Regina community, over 440 young lives will be saved. Emmanuel came to Regina on his first trip overseas, to work with the SaskTel We See You Team to help coordinate the most recent container project destined for Mwanza Tanzania. Emmanuel and the We See You team gratefully accepted the North Central Family Centers offer to host a fundraiser for his organization.
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The highlight of the event was certainly the speech that Emmanuel delivered to the community members who attended. He talked about the plight of children and families suffering or affected by Malaria , HIV/AIDS, and extreme poverty in Tanzania, showing pictures and telling stories of the children benefitting from Green Hope, which can only run when it receives money from Canadian and other international donors.
We See You
www.weseeyou.ca, 15 April 2009 [cached]
Green Hope program coordinator Emmanuel Makongoro joined the SaskTel team last week, speaking first with Eston Composite School students
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Makongoro explained that mosquito nets, much-needed in Tanzania to
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basic needs to our people," Makongoro said. Speaking to students early Wednesday afternoon, Makongoro explained that at least ten percent of Tanzania's population are children at risk. He was warm and encouraging as he invited children to the front of the auditorium to answer his questions. After telling them that he did not own a pair of shoes until he was seven years old, one student responded that she was not wearing shoes either, but did have socks. "Oh, that's lovely to hear," he said. Makongoro's visit to Saskatchewan marks his first overseas trip, as
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Makongoro showed pictures of various orphaned children who are being cared for through donations to Green Hope. While the Ugandan container that was filled solely by the donations
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