Addressing the APPG in the Houses of Parliament, the Geology for Global Development Annual Conference and our own AGM, Benedicto has made quite an impression on his visit to the UK!
Rhobi Samwelly has been spreading the word globally of her fight against FGM. Most recently she was honoured in the Senate of Canada. But with a constant stream of girls needing saving and caring for, the need for funding is constant.
Here’s how you can help.
TDT’s 2018 Christmas card features a painting from Tinga Tinga painter Adam, ‘The Flight into Egypt’. It is now available, as well as a range of attractive notelets.
Star of the show at the BTS AGM will be Benedicto Hosea, TDT’s local rep for Kigoma. He will talk about his work on Youth employment and poverty reduction. Jonathan Pace, Chairman, and Robert Gibson, Treasurer, will give brief presentations on TDT’s year
Details of screenings of In The Name of Your Daughter on 9, 10 and 11 October at Westminster, Mirfield and Nottingham. This film will touch your heart!
Tunamkumbuka, one of four ‘Ikimba Project Schools’ supported by TDT, was one of the most improved schools nationally last year. TDT was pleased to fund new desks and chairs to relieve pressure of numbers resulting from this success.
What can you do for just £250? Steve and Sue Scorer, VSO volunteers in Lindi, applied for a grant from the ‘TDT VSO Small Grants Scheme’ and achieved a fabulous outcome.
Details of the Book of Condolences open 25th and 26th September at The Tanzanian High Commission in London following the sinking of the MV Nyerere on Lake Victoria.
Here’s how YOU can help with the next major mapathon between September 28th and 30th, in New York and online globally.
In The Name of your Daughter, showcasing the work of Rhobi Samwelly at the TDT-funded Safe House in Mara, will have its UK Premiere at the Raindance Festival in London on Thursday 4th October and Friday 5th October.