We are The Beit Trust and this is what we do
The Murambi Garden Clinic, Zimbabwe
“ I am overjoyed at the generosity of the Beit Trust and am so excited to move forward on this project. I will inform all of our Board Members this morning and will then revert back to you. Thank you so, so much. This is such an incredible opportunity to improve our operations at Murambi Garden Clinic and I am so grateful.”
Nsobe Trust School, Zambia
Limapela Development Limited, Zambia
Classroom Block, Cedric’s School
“We would like the Trust to know that we are grateful indeed for the three grants the Trust has made to Limapela Cedric’s Secondary Department. The community is respectful and appreciative, and the pupils are indeed very much better off in their daily learning as a result of the fine buildings we have been able to erect with your help.”
Leeds (MA in Conflict, Development and Security)
Rhodes University (Master of Commerce in Financial Markets)
Alois Mahachi (Zimbabwe)
Leeds (MSc in Financial Risk Management)
Mutale Chanda (Zambia)
Edinburgh (MSc in Africa & International Development)
How we make a difference
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, or wildlife schemes.
The Trust provides a limited number of 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 (the “Beneficial Countries”) and aged under 30 (or 35 in the case of medical doctors).
Academic and vocational bursaries are also provided at selected training organisations, and medical bursaries are provided to selected British doctors and students whose visits will be of immediate, skilled and practical benefit to hospitals in the three beneficial countries.