February 2024

We have another monthly photo competition for you and have created this showcase of our favourite photos. These photos were sent from our local Tanzanian representatives about their projects – which is your favourite?

Let us know what you think via social media by tagging us and using the hashtag #TDTPhotoComp!

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(1) Collecting Waste to make biochair, Kigoma

Local partner MVG are collecting waste cassava husks to make biochair, which mixed with animal dung not only captures carbon from the atmosphere but also greatly increases crop yields.

 

Read more here

Image of local partners collecting waste

(2) Deaf students graduate primary school

Deaf students from form four graduate school in Dodoma. Cleria, on the far right is now in secondary school. The boys are now learning a trade at Matumbulu. 

 

Learn more about this project here

Image of smiling students

(3) Planting trees in Kigoma

Students at Shunguliba secondary school, in Kasulu, plant avocado trees to help improve students’ nutrition as well as the school environment.

 

Learn more about this project here

Image of Children Planting trees

(4) Young mothers, Tabora

Young mothers excluded from education due to pregnancy get a second chance at learning at Tumaini Open School.

Read more about this project here.

Image of young mothers together

5. Young mothers, Tabora

 

Young mothers excluded from education due to pregnancy get a second chance at learning at Tumaini Open School. 

Read more about this project here. 

Image of young mothers in Tabora

6. Children, Singida

 

Villagers at Mdughuyu’s now enjoy clean water from the borehole funded by TDT.  This is part of an integrated village development project including a clinic and  improvements to the primary school. 

 

Learn more about this project here. 

Image of Children in rural Tanzania

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