To demonstrate and share, by what we do and how we do it, our commitment to Christian fellowship, learning and community. Using our work and our people to safeguard our shared heritage and future economy.
To use our natural resources, our Tanzanian heritage and our skills to safeguard St Philip’s future as a centre of priestly education. To create a flourishing example of best practice in environment, community and human welfare
The aims of current projects:
The Drip Feed Irrigation Project
Parishioners at St Mark’s Bromley kindly offered donations for the college. After consultation with St Philips, a very exciting project was promptly underway. The drip feed irrigation system and garden at St Philip’s. This was a literally ground breaking project achieved through truly international collaboration. Agripa Ndatila had the idea and gave leadership. The college and village did the work. Jan from Holland brought the technical expertise and supervision. A volunteer brought the cash from Bromley. A patch of scrub ground has been transformed into productive land in the space of three months, providing food, jobs, and practical teaching/learning for staff and students. A resource with great potential, all for £550 and volunteer effort.
Bee Hives project for honey and environmental conservation
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