About The Trust

The Foxes are involved with numerous projects with both the environment and community and not just in Ruaha National Park and Mufindi District but all over the country. They therefore recently took the decision to establish an Non-Government Organisation (NGO) that separates their commercial activities from their non profit making activities.

Since it's inception in 2005, the NGO has progressed from helping the local primary school, to establishing a Children's Village for Aids orphans, building dispensaries in the remoter regions of the District and establishing a Counselling and Treatment Clinic (CTC) in the local hospital for the administration of Anti retrovial drugs.

To achieve these ends, the NGO has been lucky to have the energy and enthusiasm of Geoff and Jenny Knight who joined the organisation in 2007 to manage the multiplying number of building projects and to oversee the running of the NGO. An important element of their work is setting up an Outreach Programme whereby orphans and families in extreme proverty can be helped to remain in the community living with relatives or foster families with the support of the NGO. This approach has proved successful throughout Tanzania.

They are further helped by a monthly visit by Dr Leena Pasanen who has worked in rural Tanzania for nearly 30 years.
Dr Leena hold clinics in the various dispensaries and makes home visits to the most seriously sick.

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