Welcome to
The Beit Trust

Working for the benefit of the people in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi

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Grants

Grants are still occasionally given for very large new constructions, such as hospitals and schools. In general, however, most projects are chosen with the purpose of enhancing existing establishments or programmes, such as independent, rural or mission schools, hospitals and wildlife schemes.

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Scholarships

The Trust provides Postgraduate Scholarships for relevant courses at universities in the United Kingdom or South Africa. Candidates must be nationals of and domiciled in Zambia, Zimbabwe or Malawi and aged under 30, or 35 in the case of medical doctors.

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Mechanics for Africa

Mechanics for Africa applied for a £15,000 grant from the Beit trust for the installation of a solar and lighting protection project

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Plaque at Mashambanzou

Female Ward Extension

Palliative care is an essential component of a comprehensive package of care for people living with HIV/AIDS because of the variety of symptoms they can experience

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Plane

Flying for Wildlife

We really have been VERY busy with Z-FFW. She really is a fantastic machine and we are very grateful to the Beit Trust for your support. She already has over 130hrs on the clock and has been very well used.

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Emergency Relief

Damage from Cyclone Idai, Zimbabwe, March 2019 and the restored Umvumvumvu Bridge.

Covid Response

PPE equipment for medical workers in Zimbabwe
Rhinos

Conservation

Black Rhino Conservation, Zimbabwe: Mabuya and her calf

Beit Scholarship Association (BSA)

Beit Scholars are special, and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with one another. Once a Beit Scholar, always a Beit Scholar. We invite all Beit Scholars, from whatever era, to join the BSA Facebook page here.

For further information, please contact Ashleigh Mitchley, our Scholarship and Alumni Co-Ordinator, via email on scholarships@beittrust.org.uk. We are happy to connect Beit Scholars with each other, provided their permission is given.

Otto Beit Bridge