UNDER THE MANGO TREE
Tanzania is a central African country characterized by a high concentration of albinos who are often victims of neglect, abuse and killing due to ignorance and superstition.
To save a goup of albino children who now live at the Sisters’ House of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Providence Sisters for abandoned children of Piacenza have decided to build and manage a Boarding School in the southeast area of Tabora.
AIM OF THE PROJECT
The project includes a house for orphans, a nursery and a primary school, a multipurpose room to provide protection and instruction by creating opportunities of integration between the albinos and the local population.
The structure follows the modern standard of school buildings and spaces for children.
Archdiocese of Tabora helded by Archbishop Paul Ruzoka
Archbishop’s House, Private Bag, P.O. Tabora, Tanzania
Suore della Provvidenza per l’Infanzia Abbandonata
Via Francesco Torta n. 63, 29121 Piacenza, Italy
TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND LOGISTICS
Solidarietà e Cooperazione Senza Frontiere o.n.g.
Viale Antonio SIlvani 3/8, 40122 Bologna, Italy
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Stefano Manservisi (senior architect)
Manuela Negroni (senior architect)
Elisa Uccellatori (senior architect)
John Asghedom Woldeghiorghis Villa (senior engineer)
Benedetta Muscari e Tommaso Ascoli (architects)