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Tanzania Development Trust at 45
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. They launched the Britain Tanzania Society and its development arm Tanzania Development Trust to strategize and fund programs that would uplift communities facing extreme poverty, gender inequality, and resource disparity. With full commitment and continued tenacity, Trust volunteers have made remarkable strides over the past 45 years.
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
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This month we have started a monthly newsletter that features various updates from the trust – the latest progress from our projects in Tanzania, newly
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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.
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You are invited to an online event on Saturday 28th November 2020 when we celebrate 45 years of the Tanzania Development Trust, present an overview and discuss lessons we have learnt over that time.
Thank you to those who attended our Annual General Meeting. If you missed our online AGM this year, you can listen to the recording and view the presentations by clicking on this post.
You are warmly invited to Tanzanian diaspora and friends of Tanzania Summer Event with Tanzanian Fashions, Tanzanian Music and Tanzanian Food Saturday, 27th July from 1pm