2006 climb raised over
2010 climb raised more than
2014 climb raised a record
When you join the 2018 Climb for CODE, in addition to scaling Africa’s highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, you will be helping more than 1 million children a year access quality education and provide them with the chance of becoming literate. What we see as the simple act of being able to read and write is truly transformational when we stop and think about it. It provides us with the ability to learn. It enables us to communicate. It empowers us to advance. It elevates us all.
As a climber for CODE, you will have the chance to explore Tanzania’s spectacular landscape, see its native wildlife in its natural habitat, and experience a truly unforgettable adventure while learning more about the children and teachers that will benefit directly from your efforts.
“I’m a very passionate believer in the power of education as a tool for development. I got to see the kids and how eager they are to learn. You really felt like you were making a huge difference.” – Christopher Bredt, 3-time Kili Conquerer
As a climber for CODE you will explore Tanzania’s spectacular landscapes, see its beautiful wildlife and have the unforgettable experience of learning more about the children and teachers who directly benefit from your efforts.
The climb itself is organized by a professional logistics company specializing in African treks and the Kilimanjaro climb. Climbers’ every need is attended to with thought and professionalism.
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The funds raised through the climb help to put locally published books into the hands of children, many of which have never seen let alone held a book in their hands. Funding helps to train teachers who, they themselves, may have barely finished school. CODE and its partners also work to introduce libraries in both schools as well as communities.
Our climbers celebrate reaching the summit on July 7, 2014.
CODE climbers hiking east on the Shira Route.
Shira base camp
|2010 Climb for CODE Team Members Receive Lexpert Zenith AwardSep 28, 2011Members of a team who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro last year to raise funds for CODE were recently recognized by their peers for their outstanding contribution to making the world a better place. ...read full article...|
|Dispatches from the ClimbJul 12, 2010A team of 13 climbers started their climb up Mount Kilimanjaro yesterday and Ottawa climber Suzanne Stump, a CIDA project manager and mother of four, sent us this message from the mountain ...read full article...|
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