The largest project is the Mgutwa secondary school complexwhich started in 2007.
This will provide for classrooms, dormitories, accommodation for teachers and visitors,
a permanent kitchen facility, multi-purpose hall, vocational centre, treatment and
diagnostic centre and toilet facilities. This will benefit the whole community,
not just the students.
Update February 2013
In January 2013 145 students started at the school. Staffing levels are the following;
4 teachers, 7 others which include a matron, cooks and security (2).
In 2012 building work on the Science laboratory and library began, as this is a statutory
For infrastructure purposes, the supply of electricity is paramount., this will
be by the installation of solar panels. Your help in providing for the needs of
these projects is most appreciated. Go to the Make a donation page to help these
As well as these projects there are also projects to supply local hospitals, orphanages
and hospitals with essential needs.
The projects are coordinated by the trustees of the True Vine Trust, Agape Mission
International (AMI) and governmental bodies in Arusha. AMI is a non-denominational
body which has a three-fold strategy for educational programs, community development
programs and mission & evangelism. The director of AMI is the Reverand Kedmond
The milestones for all projects since 2000 to 2011 are shown here.