Send deaf Tanzanian children to school A second chance for teenage mothers in Tanzania Bring clean water to 100 villages in Tanzania Rhobi with girls

Tanzania Development Trust

Org #18299
Vetted since 2014 Top Ranked Site Visit Verified
1975
year founded
$408,312
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Trust Deed of 1975 says "The objects of the Trust shall be to relieve poverty and sickness among the people of Tanzania by means of the development of education, health and other social services, the improvement of water supplies and other communal facilities and the promotion of self- help activities." Interpreting the Trust Deed for the needs of the 21st Century we add: "In making grants, the Trust tries to promote equal opportunities and projects which improve the environment".

Project Leaders
Janet CHAPMAN
Janet CHAPMAN
Brian Medcalf
Brian Medcalf
Jonathan Pace
Jonathan Pace
Ezekiel Kassanga
Ezekiel Kassanga
Organization Information
44 Mildenhall Road
London, London E5 0RU
United Kingdom
07815053779
Organization Information
44 Mildenhall Road
London, London E5 0RU
United Kingdom
07815053779

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Celebrating International Women's Day online

By Janet Chapman | Project Leader

The rural government schools in Tanzania we support often suffer from a lack of teachers, particularly in science and maths. They generally have very few books or educational resources. Motivated... Read the full report ›

Water brings better diets to Matumbulu

By Patrick Matonya | Project Leader

Feeding the deaf students at Matumbulu has now got much easier as we finally have access to water to irrigate our land. This means we can now grow staple crops like beans, spinach and maize year... Read the full report ›

Celebrating International Women's Day with yoga!

By Ezekiel Kassanga | Project Leader

This month our teen mothers celebrated International Women's Day in many ways. We were delighted to welcome Ingvild from Engineers without Borders Norway who has set up a solar power installation at... Read the full report ›
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