An Update from our representative Alpha Ngailla. In making our chicken project more productive and meet our projections of helping and supporting more identified girls
We are very proud – and excited! – to announce that we have a new shop on our website! Here, you will be able to
Here you can see the Digital Champion for Burunga village, Agness Marinya checking her crops with the app. She says, “It is an easy way
We know the vast inequalities that come with a lack of access to water. The obvious one that springs to mind – particularly at this
Access to water is a fundamental human right, and one the world has learnt the true importance of over the past year in keeping us
This month we have started a monthly newsletter that features various updates from the trust – the latest progress from our projects in Tanzania, newly
Five years ago, Crowd2Map led an entirely volunteer-driven campaign to map uncharted villages in rural Tanzania. Teams have trained a global community of over 14,000
Read Full Report In 2019-2020, Tanzania Development Trust funded 31 core projects amounting to just under £97,000 and additional COVID-19 emergency projects amounting to £24,500.
In 1975, close advisors of the first Tanzanian president envisioned global engagement that would increase mutual understanding and cooperation between Tanzania and the United Kingdom.