Our Global Partners

Form­ing true part­ner­ships implies an inher­ent respect, one for the other. Even as we acknowl­edge the needs of another, we rec­og­nize deep equal­ity of spirit. Poten­tially we all gain in wis­dom … love… and hope … as we come together in coöper­a­tion and unity.

In the ini­tial stages of form­ing part­ner­ship, it is very much about lis­ten­ing to the needs and wis­dom of the local peo­ple and then work­ing with them to address the prob­lems they face. In Jan­u­ary 2008, a small group of vol­un­teers jour­neyed to the Uru region at the base of Mt. Kil­i­man­jaro, Tan­za­nia, to lis­ten, learn and dis­cuss possibilities.

Solu­tions come by way of vision, com­mit­ment, time and gen­eros­ity. While a quick fix is not pos­si­ble, our inter­est in their prob­lems gives the Uru peo­ple energy and hope. After every meet­ing and gath­er­ing, the peo­ple chanted back to us, “It Can Be Done”!

Our cir­cle of friends and part­ners both near and far con­tin­ues to strengthen and grow.

Global Volunteer Programs KilimanjaroGlobal Vol­un­teer Pro­grams Kilimanjaro

Our coop­er­at­ing NGO part­ner for the Uru Water Bore­hole Project. Com­mit­ted to improv­ing the lives of Tan­za­ni­ans through a com­pre­hen­sive pro­gram of vol­un­teer­ing projects tack­ling social, eco­nomic and envi­ron­men­tal prob­lems, they strive to strengthen edu­ca­tion, health­care, rural devel­op­ment and capac­ity build­ing.

Acorn Women's Group and CooperativeAcorn Women’s Group and Coöperative

Founded in 2011 as a coop­er­at­ing Tan­zan­ian NGO part­ner with It Can Be Done! Together we pro­mote and encour­age women’s social and eco­nomic empow­er­ment through sewing, quilt­ing, craft and busi­ness skill build­ing for Fair Trade prod­ucts and markets.

Unity Christ Center, Eau Claire, WIUnity Christ Cen­ter, Eau Claire, Wis­con­sin USA

Sup­port­ing It Can Be Done’s mis­sion for clean water relief in the foothills of Mt. Kil­i­man­jaro since 2008 as a proac­tive part­ner in prayer, their min­is­ter Rev. San­dra McK­in­ney joins the Jan­u­ary 2012 Mis­sion Trip to Tan­za­nia to sup­port the newly founded Acorn Women’s Group and Coöper­a­tive.

More friends and part­ners around the world!


Mama Florentina Masawa

Mama Flo­ren­tia Masawe, Founder of Global Vol­un­teer Pro­grams Kil­i­man­jaro, retired social worker and tire­less com­mu­nity activist and volunteer

Alphonse L. Ngowi

Alphonse L. Ngowi Project Man­ager, the Uru Water Bore­hole Project, com­mu­nity orga­nizer, vol­un­teer, and trainer of train­ers with Red Cross International

Everist Momburi

Hon. Everist Mom­buri Ward Coun­cilor Uru West

James Kirawa

James Kiwara Head­mas­ter Kishu­mundu Sec­ondary School, Vice-​​Pres. Uru East Ward Water Board, GVPK Water Steer­ing Committee

The 4 Mama's

The 4 Mama’s — Chris­tine, Margie, Flo­rentina, Bar­bara Joye

Eva Ngowi

Eva Ngowi, Founder of Acorn Women’s Group and Coöper­a­tive, mother of 5 chil­dren, grand­mother to one and inspi­ra­tion to many.

Uru East Ward Water Board

Uru East Ward Water Board Rep­re­sent­ing 7 vil­lages, respon­si­ble for all ward water man­age­ment with first pri­or­ity as dis­tri­b­u­tion of water from the Kimo­cholo Bore­hole /​Uru Water Bore­hole Project.

Hon. Rose Temba

Hon. Rose Temba, Ward Coun­cilor Uru East

Rev. Sandy McKinney

Rev, Sandy McK­in­ney Min­is­ter of Unity Christ Cen­ter, Eau Claire, Wis­con­sin, com­mu­nity vol­un­teer work­ing for social jus­tice, join­ing ICBD Mis­sion Trip 2012 to Uru

Fulgence ‘Tingi’ Tingitana

Ful­gence ‘Tingi’ Tin­gi­tana, Retired engi­neer, Mnini School Board, com­mu­nity supporter

Antonia Tingitana

Anto­nia Tin­gi­tana, Activist for change

His Honor Lameck T. Kaaya, Mayor of Moshi

His Honor Lameck T. Kaaya, Mayor of Moshi

Hope United Methodist Church

Hope United Methodist Church, Eau Claire, Wis­con­sin USA

Kishumundu Catholic Choir

Kishu­mundu Catholic Choir, Uru East, Moshi Rural District

Rt. Rev. James Zinzow

Rt. Rev. James Zin­zow, ICBD Advi­sory Board: Engi­neer­ing /​ Uru Water Bore­hole Project, com­puter tech­ni­cal con­sul­tant and project planning


In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame
by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thank­ful for those
peo­ple who rekin­dle the inner spirit  .…Albert Schweitzer