FD Kilimanjaro

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Welcome to Lower Moshi with FT Kilimanjaro

FT Kilimanjaro (FTK) is a non-governmental organization registered in Tanzania and is a joint initiative of the Dutch FEMI Foundation and TPC Company Ltd. We 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, our work is built around long term goals for four sectors (Education, Health, Income, Infrastructure) that are interconnected. Underpinning the integrated approach is a strong commitment to empowering the local community to take full ownership of the project, to be part of the planning process, drive decision-making and share responsibility for implementation and success.
FT Kilimanjaro is committed to – and dependent on – developing partnerships with other stakeholders, including other NGOs, government authorities, the private sector and communities.


Latest developments


De-worming campaign
FTK implements a structural deworming campaign in Lower Moshi. Started in January 2014.Semi-annually, children ages 4-15 are provided with deworming medication (albendazole 400mg – single pill) which is school-based program with 12 primary schools and a number of pre-primary schools. The program is supported by the Moshi Rural district and TPC Hospital. In May 2016, ... Continue reading


Demonstration plot
Mtakuja Development Organization partners with Waderain to establish pilot plot of drip irrigation of ½ (0.5) an acre to motivate farmers to use this system out of project. This project target farmers from two villages i.e. Mtakuja and Mserekia because they have a lot of agriculture land which remain uncultivated due to scarcity of precipitation. ... Continue reading