By Gayle Worland, Wisconsin State Journal
Since making a plea for donations to help release a shipment of medical supplies stuck in an East African port, the nonprofit Hope 2 Others has ratcheted up its plans for delivering health care to a poor region of Tanzania.
A State Journal story about Hope 2 Others in December 2011 prompted Madison’s Welton Enterprises Inc., to donate warehouse space for the group, founded in 2008 by Karen Klemp and her husband, Rick, after they met a group of musicians from Tanzania at church.
The New Life Band runs a school in the Maasai village of Kisongo, where Hope 2 Others is working to build a clinic and a birthing and nutrition center and someday dreams of building a nursing school, Klemp said. A retired Sun Prairie ambulance helps deliver health care in the area now. Read more …