DescriptionThe Trust, created by the founder of the British South Africa Company, supports projects related to health, education, welfare, and the environment in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Education grants sponsor post-graduate scholarships for students to attend universities in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, or South Africa, teacher training, books and computers and school buildings. Health grants support hospitals, clinics, and medical equipment. Welfare grants focus on care homes for orphans and the old. The Trust also awards environmental grants for projects that address the conservation of endangered animals. Priority is given to funding buildings and infrastructure. Most funded projects are those that enhance existing establishments or programs, such as independent, rural, or mission schools; hospitals, or wildlife. Detailed information can be found on the Web site.
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