Sanganigwa's Children Home

Project location: Tanzania, Kigoma
Project start date: March 2002 - Project end date: This project covers various years
Project number: 0000-07
Beneficiary: The Jane Goodall Institute


The Kigoma region of Tanzania is one of the poorest areas of the world. JGI Italy supports the cost of food, medicine, schooling and recreation for 59 Tanzanian children between the ages of 3 and 19 of different ethnic and religious backgrounds. In addition, their schooling is supplemented by an internal education programme which aims to facilitate children over 18 with their entry into the world of work.

The Nando Peretti Foundation has been helping the Jane Goodall Institute since 2001.

The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is a non-profit organization, founded by Jane Goodall committed to wildlife research and conservation; the welfare of chimpanzees; humanitarian and environmental education; assistance to developing countries.

The Jane Goodall Institute of Italy was set up in December 1998 as the Italian branch of the Jane Goodall Institute International (JGI) on the initiative of the President the biologist Daniela De Donno. JGI Italy is a socially useful non profit making organisation, its philosophy and aims are based on those of the JGI International: acting to build a better future for people, animals and the environment. 

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