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What Kilimanjaro’s KPAP Partner Companies Did to Support Their Crews in 2020

Dianna Snape

Good news in a year of challenges

A number of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP) Partner companies did a great deal of work to support their crew during a severely curtailed year of tourist activity. KPAP is the world’s primary organization formed to protect the welfare of mountain crews, which are…

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