Visiting Morogoro, Tanzania in 2012 was for me a truly inspirational experience. We met with such hospitality and warmth from a people who, in many cases, have little but are very willing to share with friends what they do have. Our visit brought home to me the unfairness of a world where simply being born into such an economically deprived part of the world has left people without access to even the basics of life in food and water, healthcare and education. We were hosted in Berega by the Anglican Diocese of Morogoro and through them we have been able to maintain close contact with Berega Hospital, the Health Centre at Tunguli and the many friends we made during our stay. We have also been able in some small but important ways help people to improve their own situations. I feel passionate about the work Mission Morogoro is doing to work with our friends in Berega and Tunguli to bring about sustainable improvements to their lives particularly in the areas of Health, Education and Economic Development.