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Kapasseni Project

The Kapasseni Project is dedicated to assisting the regeneration of Mozambique, by providing children and families with educational opportunities, clean water, health care, and spiritual support. The project was started in 1998 by Mozambican refugees Joseph and Perpetua Alfazema, who were living in Victoria, British Columbia. The Alfazemas have returned to their native country, residing in Sena, a town near Kapasseni village. After 5 years of service, Joseph retired, and the family has moved to Edmonton.

Following the graduation and ordination of 8 new pastors in Mozambique in August 2015, the Kapasseni Project has declared "mission accomplished"; they are not accepting any donations towards the project.

There are three new web-sites:

Kapasenni Map

'Click' on Image below to view slideshow, Our 'Brothers & Sisters in Africa'

The Project

"Kapasseni was once a dead village, but now has come back to life."........- Francisco Semente, Kapasseni Village Chief

Project Components

School - Health Care - Food Security - Community Development - Spiritual Support ....


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