You are warmly invited to the Annual General Meeting of the Britain-Tanzania Society.
NGOs and charities operating in Tanzania are invited to have a table display at the AGM.
The Annual Reports for both BTS and TDT will be on our website from mid-September and hard copies will be available at the AGM
Nominations needed for Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Membership secretary plus three ordinary members.
Please send nominations by 7th September 2019 to Charlotte Pallangyo.
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 to 4pm
St Mary-at-Hill Church, Lovat Lane,
Eastcheap, London, EC3R 8EE
This event is open to anyone with an interest in Tanzania. We do need to make a charge to cover our costs. This will be £10. To book your place either go to Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tanzanian-diaspora-and-friends-of-tanzania-summer-event-tickets-61062994059 or email email@example.com.
Date: Friday May 19th 2017 Time: 6.30 – 7.15pm: Cash Bar, 7.15 pm: Dinner, Raffle and Auction for fundraising Location: Royal National Hotel Russell Sq, London, WC1H 0DG.
Co-ordinators: Dr M K Vasant MBE, Dentist in London and Graham McClure, CEO of Go Make a Difference in Tanzania Beneficiaries: www.gomakeadifference.com, www.lakevictoria disabilitycentre.org
Date: 6th March 2017
Time: 5pm to 7pm
Location: School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square WC1H 0XG
Speaker: Dr Sarah Feather
The Rufiji Leprosy Trust was set up thirty years ago to support the village of Kindwitwi, in Rufiji District, about 80 miles South of Dar es Salaam, which was once a leprosy camp for people affected by leprosy but is now a thriving village concerned to promote the self-sufficiency of people living with leprosy and their families. Many cases are still being diagnosed, but with help and support almost all can learn a craft or become farmers.
Dr Sarah Feather is Co-Chair of the Trust and a GP in the UK. She visited Kindwitwi in 1983 with a group of young people from the Diocese of Hereford, then did her medical student elective in the village, and has been returning on and off ever since. She became a trustee in 1989.
All our events are open to anyone interested in Tanzania. We particularly welcome Tanzanians to our meetings.
See also BTS Facebook Leprosy Seminar