Father Mgaya and the TOUCO Board hosted appreciation dinner at the Red Lion in Boise Idaho July 6th. Over 200 supporters came to celebrate Father Mgaya’s effort of helping Tanzania’s orphans. Photo credit – Clif Hamped Photography
DEVIN HEILMAN RATHDRUM — Fr. Bruno D. Mgaya remembers sleeping under trees in his native Tanzania as a frightened child with nowhere to go. “I grew up very, very impoverished and by myself,” he said Monday, seated at the kitchen table of his sparse and humble Rathdrum home. “When I became a priest, I thought, […]
Touco continue to work hard on self sustainable model. During 2015 Madeke Farm has expanded fruit acreage and housing for workers and guests.
Familia Upendo Mafinga: addition of a kitchen and store, repainting the house, fencing, solar installation and septic tank construction.
Familia Upendo Uwemba: Due to the new highway expansion, new Uwemba house was built at the new location.
Upendo Village in Ibumila We have increased accommodation for the orphans, 36 new accommodations to absorb more destitute orphans for care.
Father Mgaya and the TOUCO Board updated a group of nearly 200 supporters on progress of the TOUCO orphanage program at Saint Marks Catholic Community Church in Boise, Idaho on Jan. 23, 2015. Special thanks goes to the Snake River Winery for providing wine for the evening. TOUCO also wants to thank an anonymous donor […]