The May 2017 edition of the newsletter of our parent organisation, Britain Tanzania Society, is available now. Click here or on the image to view a PDF.
It is an exceptionally good read. In addition to BTS’s ‘business’, there are many articles relating to the work of TDT, including:
- Kevin’s travels: an account of Project Officer Kevin Curley’s visit in January and February 2017. This covers projects as diverse as sewing businesses, latrines, street children support and water pumps; also some interesting stories of how he travelled around, the people he met and so on.
- Climate Change: an account by TDT local rep Benedict Hosea of a conference in Zeze in March.
- Kagera Earthquake: an update of grants made, thanks to the generosity of TDT donors.
- Matongo Dispensary: the story of Samuel (also featured on our website), and the need for a dispensary in Matongo.
- Godfrey Makenzi: a welcome to TDT’s new rep for Mtwara and Lindi.
There are also accounts of the lives of two very notable friends of BTS/TDT, recently passed: Sir Andy Chande and Dr Elly Macha.
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