Mpilo Foundation is recognized by the Dutch tax authorities (Belastingdienst) as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO, or ANBI in Dutch). Donations to Mpilo Foundation may be tax deductible (conditions apply). For more information, consult the Belastingdienst website.
Albert Nijland has worked as a tropical doctor at the Mpilo hospital in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe from 1984-1987 . In 1991, he was a Registrar/Lecturer at the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA), near Pretoria, South Africa. As a volunteer he has always remained connected to Africa.
Jaco van den Hoek has been a pediatrician at the Saxenburgh Medical Center since 2001. He recognizes the sharp contrast between the unprecedented luxury and prosperity in The Netherlands and the situation in many other places in the world, such as Zimbabwe.
Angel Dube is a 28 year old Information Management and Community Development professional with a Master’s Degree in Development Studies. She is a compassionate person who strives to aid vulnerable groups in society.
We don’t give money, but we support projects with sustainable solutions for water and electricity, using Solar Energy.
We return to our projects every year. We discuss progress together with the local organization. We remain involved for 3 to 5 years.
With its I DO program, Rotterdam School of Management (part of Erasmus University) partners a globally operating NGO with a number of International Business Administration students for a year.
The students are involved with, among others:
Students are invited to engage with the board about these topics, and to get involved by executing tasks themselves. Apart from Mpilo Foundation, five other NGO’s take part in the I DO program.
Please find any legal documents pertaining to Mpilo Foundation here.