Saving Lives at Kilimanjaro

KPAP Partner Companies Carry the Load to Support the Mountain Crew During Covid-19

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Mount Kilimanjaro towers over the equatorial plain. (Photo by Sergey Pesterev on Unsplash)
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Kilimanjaro porters at work. (Photo by Anne Leroy)

A Small Nonprofit with a Big Mission

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KPAP staff, from left to right: David Mtui, Karen Valenti, Kelvin Salla, Sarah Vincent, and Zebedayo Adam (Photo courtesy of KPAP)

Sounding the Alarm

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A member of a Kilimanjaro mountain crew. (Photo by Tom Cleary on Unsplash)

Addressing Food Security

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(Photo by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash)

Business Matters

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Ascending to the Roof of Africa (Photo by Dianna Snape)

Looking Toward the Future

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Arriving at the Kili summit, 19,341-foot Uhuru Peak. (Photo by Uli Doering)

How to Help

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Aerial view of Mount Kilimanjaro. (Photo by Uli Doering)

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Writer and content specialist. Adventure traveler and former guide who has summited Kilimanjaro, explored Lima’s food scene, and communed with monks in Bhutan.

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