What can be achieved for less than £500? Read about Justice Muchati’s transformation of a beekeeping community in iringa, using a TDT VSO small grant
The May 2017 edition of the newsletter of Britain Tanzania Society, available now, is an exceptionally good read. There are many articles relating to the work of TDT, including a detailed account of Project Office Kevin Curley’s visit earlier in the year.
Why Janet Chapman set up the crowdsourced mapping project Crowd2Map, how it is helping in the fight to end FGM and developing maps of rural Tanzania where we work, and how you can help.
Regular TDT web writer Ashura Kayupayupa reports on attitudes towards albinos and albinism in Tanzania. And a report on a recent visit to the Special Needs section of Masasi Primary School.
The need for a dispensary at Matongo, through the eyes of 17-year-old Samuel. Our appeal has received a major boost with the promise of a significant donation from one of our regular supporting Trusts. Can you help us and the villagers complete this important project?
Are you in employment? If so, have you considered giving via your payroll? It’s simple and tax-efficient. And regular giving helps us plan, in the knowledge that a steady stream of funds will be available for projects.
Don’t just let your old smartphone gather dust in a drawer! It can help in a vital mapping project, and in turn to combat FGM. (With thanks to support from thenextweb.com)
Ann and Julian Marcus’ safari in January and February 2017 takes in one of TDT’s recent ‘flagship’ projects – a series of investments working with charity partner Eucanaid in and around the village of Marumba – as well as revisiting one of TDT’s first-ever projects.
A report on rebuilding and repairs at Kikukwe Community and Tweyambe School, both in Missenyi District which was particularly badly hit by the Kagera earthquake last September. TDT is immensely grateful for the generosity of our donors, but the need will continue for some time, and our appeal remains open.
Visits made by Ann and Julian Marcus on their recent safari, highlighting three key areas of need, in which TDT seeks to help: health, vocational training, and hostels to enable girls to live safely whilst receiving education.