April 2023

Another month, another photo competition for our amazing local Tanzanian representatives who have been sending photos of their projects to us throughout the month! Let us know what you think via social media by tagging us and using the hashtag #TDTPhotoComp!


(1) A second chance at education

Students excluded from education due to pregnancy have a second chance to learn thanks to Tumaini Open School. Learn more about this project here. 

(2) Learning together

These students at Tumaini Open School are encouraged to problem solve together, read more about this school for girls excluded from education by pregnancy and motherhood here. 

(3) Celebrating high yield cassava

These women in Zeze, Kigoma are admiring the high yield cassava they have planted.  The previous varieties used were very susceptible to drought, needed a long growing season and pests reduced their yields by up to 90%.  Our local partner MVG has been training local farmers in better agriculture – read more here. 

(4) Sunflowers in Kigoma 

As part of the farmer training run by MVG, farmers are encouraged to diversify to additional crops.  Here a young farmer is admiring his sunflower crop. Read more here. 

(5) Collecting maize husks for biochar, Zeze, Kasulu

Biochar has amazing qualities in improving soil health and capturing carbon and can be made from agricultural waste.  These farmers are collecting maize husks to produce it in a project run by our local rep in Kigoma, Benedicto Hosea, read more about this project here. 

(6) Improved water source in Kagera

Previously this spring was often contaminated by animal waste, so we funded this construction organized by our local rep Alpha to protect and fence it off, greatly benefitting local school girls. Read more about our water projects here. 

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