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.
Report from UN workshop on Gender Statistics in Kigali, Rwanda, attended by Neema Meremo Samuel from Hope for Girls and Women Tanzania.
Thank you to Ruth Harvey and Dan Wells, who will combine their Kili climb later this year with fund raising on behalf of local communities in Tanzania. Ruth tells us that TDT is a “great match with what we are trying to achieve”.
TDT would like to thank the family of the late Sheila Lovell, a great supporter of the Trust’s anti-FGM work, for setting up a fund raising page in her memory.
How nearly £3000 raised at the Campaign for Real Gin’s annual party in the gardens of Middle Temple, London, will help provide concrete water supply points for three villages in Kishanda, northwest Tanzania.
BTS members Hilary and Peter Bacon are visiting Tanzania as part of their continuing personal commitment to supporting provision of computers within Tanzanian schools.
Lack of access to clean water in many villages in rural Tanzania causes health, economic and educational problems.
TDT funds locally made pumps and boreholes to solve this, in partnership with local communities.
Julian Marcus, Tanzania Development Trustee and former Chairman, reports on the outstanding reception for the international première of In The Name of Your Daughter at CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival.
Do you still have any old tenners and wonder what to do with them? TDT would be delighted to take them on and ‘recycle’ them into projects within Tanzania.