Climb Kilimanjaro and help raise money for our Tharparkar Solar Water Village.
The challenge at a glance:
We’re looking for 20 outstanding people to register for our epic Mount Kilimanjaro climb, in aid of our Tharparkar Solar Water Village, this is one of the biggest events we do.Register your interest
Climbing Kilimanjaro is one of the most challenging adventures you’ll ever undertake! Set in beautiful Tanzania, 190 miles from Nairobi, Kilimanjaro rises about 4,900 metres from its base to a whopping 5,895 metres above sea level. You’ll experience breath-taking views in one of the most beautiful locations in the world.
So, grab your hiking boots and get ready for some stunning Kilimanjaro selfies.
What’s included in the package and reg fee
What’s not included
Why trek with Human Appeal?
We’re veterans at this sort of thing. As part of the Human Appeal Family you will receive the absolute best care and guidance. Our qualified and experienced guides will take you via a safe and supported route to the summit with checkpoints and first aid cover. There will also be a dedicated support team to advise and help you reach your sponsorship target, as well as a second team to help with training and gear advice.
We’ll be in touch in the lead up to your trek with plans, FAQs and anything you need to know about safety measures in place. If your trek is cancelled or postponed in 2022, we will give you the option to defer your place to a future suitable date.
Have you got what it takes?
There’s no greater challenge than transforming lives that have been affected by conflict, disaster, and poverty. That’s what makes this Human Appeal charity challenge so special.
You will need £99 to register and our fundraising target for this event is £5,000. We only have 20 places on this awesome challenge, so don’t delay!Register your interest
Are you up to the challenge? We’re calling on 20 thrill-seeking diehards to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for our Tharparkar Solar Water Village. Limited places, so sign up today!
30% of households in Pakistan access water from unsafe sources, particularly in drought hit areas. Thousands of children die each year and many more suffer from water borne diseases. The Pakistani government estimates nearly 5 million people were affected by the recent drought
That’s why we’re raising £35,000 for a solar water village in Tharparkar. Nearly a thousand people from a hundred different households will have improved access to clean drinking water. We’ll also help install solar lights, construct latrines and improve security by training people on climate resilient agriculture and livestock techniques.Register your interest
For the dauntless, the diehards, those who do rather than just dream. We’re calling on 20 thrillseekers to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for our Tharparkar Solar Water Village. Limited places, sign up today!