Congratulations to BTS members Hilary and Peter Bacon, back in Tanzania to extend their continuing personal commitment to supporting provision of computers within schools.
We encourage all our members and friends to watch, and spread the word on Defying the Cutting Season, part of BBC4’s Storyville series. It will air at 10.30pm on Tuesday, 26th February.
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.
BTS members Hilary and Peter Bacon are visiting Tanzania as part of their continuing personal commitment to supporting provision of computers within Tanzanian schools.
‘In the Name of Your Daughter’, a documentary film about the work of Rhobi Samwelly and the Mugumu Safe House, will have its international première at CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, in March.
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.
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?
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.
Maps of rural Tanzania are helping social workers access remote villages and rescue girls who are being forced to undergo female genital cutting. Here’s a great video, and how you can help.