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Give back and Invest to Community

Explorer the word and invest to the people

Kilimanjaro Brothers is a community of active travelers who knows that there’s more to adventure than just reaching the summit. When you travel with Kilimanjaro Brothers, you have opportunity to invest in local communities through the taking an amazing trip, and as a local entrepreneur we expands our small business as well supporting the availability of safe water and helping change the way travel tours impacts our local communities.

According to recent statistics, only 50% of Tanzanian households use any water treatment method at all. Of those that are treating their water, half are boiling while others use alternative methods. Both boiling water and using no water treatment at all are costly, but in very different ways. Not treating your water leads to preventable illness and death, costing families in their ability to work or go to school, and in expensive doctor visits. On the other hand, boiling water, although better than no treatment at all, uses expensive fuel and time, increases fluoride in the water, and hurts the environment. Boiling water on a daily basis can be harmful to your health since it can increase the level of fluoride in the water to potentially harmful levels. Furthermore the environment suffers due to the cutting of trees for charcoal and firewood for boiling water.

The filter tested at a 99.99% microbiological effectiveness rate with a life of at least five years. The technology of the ceramic water filter is simple, effective, and, sustainable. A round-bottom ceramic pot is made from a mixture of clay, a combustible material, and colloidal silver that enables bacteriostasis and microbiological effectiveness. Any agricultural waste such as sawdust or corn-husks can serve as a combustible additive.

Safe Water

Support Ceramic Water Filter which incorporates commercial-grade ceramic water filter technology into the design. Best practices are used to manufacture a high quality, effective and affordable household water treatment solution. Ceramic water filter does not increase the level of fluoride in your water and it can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Most importantly it can stop the cycle of resource depletion for families who are boiling or using no treatment at all.
Suggested donations:

$15 Deliver a purchased filter with education and training to a family in need
$40 Purchase a complete filter to supply a family of six with safe water for five years
$55 Deliver a filter with education and training to a family in need
$100 Fund a ½ day community education workshop about safe water.
$300 Support the attendance in local exhibits, trade fairs and conferences for one year
$500 Purchase 10 filters and a ½ day education workshop
Other – You choose your gift. Any amount truly makes a difference in someone’s life.

Our responsibility to the communities around us

Kilimanjaro Brothers Family believe it is important to ‘give back’, by this we mean providing opportunities for the development of our surrounding communities. Part of the proceeds from the accommodation and safaris go toward the development of community initiatives. We welcome any thoughts and suggestions.

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