- published: 12 Jun 2017
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Three orphaned brothers struggling with life need help, support and guidance as they grow up.
The Girls from Portsmouth High School make friends, build a store, renovate a library, visit the communtiy projects, and hug pigs! The Sinai School in Babati, Tanzania has been renovated by the hard work of the Livingstone Tanzania Trust and their donors. The Sawe Community Pig Business started as a capacity building micro loan project that has done amazingly well and the women have repaid their loan and are in profit. Their lives have changed for the better through this simple programme, one of many simple life changing projects that the Livingstone Tanzanai run.
karibu Tanzanian welcome to charity workers
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UVic biology co-op student and Queen Elizabeth scholar Alex Papp spent a co-op work term as a development intern with The Kesho Trust in Tanzania. His work supported community members to develop alternative income streams while protecting the natural environment from burning practices. The Kesho Trust, an NGO, works to build community-based understanding and action to strengthen the relationships between people and the environment through a variety of local projects in Tanzania.
We are feeding 821 kids every day, kids that have never had school lunches. To see the happiness on their faces, to know that truancy has fallen, to know they are awake in class in the afternoon and attentive is to know we are doing good work.
For decades, skeletal fluorosis - bnormal bone growth and joint solidification - has had a severe impact on the lives of those living in the Arusha region of Tanzania. Find out more in this video made by Nasio Trust founders Jonathan & Nancy Hunt. Click here now - http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/clean-water-for-oldonyosambu-in-tanzania
A Primary school in the UK asked me to explain a typical day as part of their introduction to different jobs that people do, this video helped explain that no day is the same when you work in development.