We have published the TDT Annual Report for 2019 and you can download and read a copy. Thank you for all your support! Asanteni sana!
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.
“Will you help build a Dispensary in my Matongo valley?” says
fourteen year Ghati Marwa.
TDT is urgently seeking help and support from any interested BTS members or friends in the way of some web site management time, interest and skills. We are seeking someone with interest in web site working who can create effective web content, in and contribute in helping to sustain funding for our pipeline of projects through effective use of our website and other aspects of social media like Facebook and google photos etc. https://www.bond.org.uk/jobs/website-manager-20161115 or simply contact the Executive Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales of TDT cards last year helped give clinics rainwater tanks, provide sewing machines for women, build a girls’ dormitory and start a goats project. Let’s do even more in 2016.
Join the movement to end Child Marriage and FGM. A film by Giselle Portenier, acclaimed documentary filmmaker and human rights journalist.
Please support Kate Dyer, who is running the Scottish Half Marathon to raise funds for the Safe House on 18th September.
TDT has set up fundraising pages to help our friends in Tanzania to rebuild after the recent Earthquake. Many communities affected are those whom TDT has helped with grants in the past. It is our hope that we can help them to rebuild or repair the fabric of schools and other projects damaged or destroyed.
Making the connection between maps and the fight against FGM. We want to ensure that girls in remote villages are protected. But without maps, it is very hard to ensure all villages are covered. The Openstreetmap project offers an answer…