The Livingstone Tanzania Trust's accounts are prepared annually by Arran Berlyn Gardner, 30 City Road, London, EC1Y 2AB.

They are prepared in accordance with applicable accounting standards, the Statement of Recommended Practice, "Accounting and Reporting by Charities", issued in March 2005 and the Companies Act 2006. 

The Charity is a company limited by guarantee and is governed by its memorandum and articles of association dates 26/3/2007.

Executive Summary of 2015/16

LTT's work in Tanzania:-

  1. After extensive community consultation and agreed levels of participation, we started a capital investment programme to develop the Malangi Primary School
  2. We successfully handed over control of 2 feeding programmes to the Waangwaray and Sinai schools to run under guidance
  3. We added a further level of water security to both Sinai and Managhat Schools
  4. We added a further 50 farmers to the small holder farmer training programme at Managhat and continued to support the training of 4 young men at the Agricultural College at Bacho so that they will in 2017 be able to provide training in their home communities 
  5. We instigated the investment of Satellite dishes and computer  equipment/training at 4 primary/secondary schools
  6. Continued to support teacher and student sponsorship

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Executive Summary of 2014/5

LTT's work in Tanzania:

  1. Won "Best in Country" in the Pan Africa Awards 2014 sponsored by Teach a Man to Fish for our entrepreneurial programme
  2. Established the first ever Biogas plant in a primary school in Tanzania as part of our commitment to environmental security and school sustainability.
  3. Supported primary schools development plans including school meals, renovation and construction of classrooms and girls toilets, school income generation programmes, water security, IT technology and solar panel support for students.
  4. supported urban , school and rural agricultural training to ensure improved crop diversification and yields.
  5. Supported community development through business training,  micro-loans and mentoring.
  6. Developed a bespoke English Language Training course for teachers.

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Executive summary of 2013/14

LTT’s work in Tanzania :-

  1. helped establish the Manyara Community Development Organisation (MCDO) to improve our grass roots participation, communication and representation and assist us achieve the communities development plans and revise each schools Memorandum of Understanding
  2. won “Best in Country” and “Runner-Up” in the Pan African Awards 2013 sponsored by Teach-a-Man-to- Fish for our entrepreneurial education programme
  3. supported urban and rural agricultural development through training and demonstration
  4. supported primary school development plans including school meals, renovation and construction of classrooms, toilets and a dormitory, the provision of resources, training, scholarship and sponsorship combined with development of improved water security and income generation concepts
  5. actively supported environmental protection plans through fuel efficient stoves and tree planting
  6. continued to provide business and agricultural skills training and financial support to encourage greater enterprise, income diversification and income security

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Executive summary of 2012/13

LTT’s work in Tanzania:-

  1. saw the completion of the first year of community loans with 96% success rate and significant impacts on the community members in terms of wealth, standard of living and confidence 
  2. actively supported environmental protection plans through fuel efficient stoves and tree planting
  3. supported school development plan through construction and renovation of classrooms, store rooms, kitchens, provision of water school meals, additional teaching/learning resources, providing student and teacher sponsorship, scholarships and training 
  4. expanded the school agricultural training and demonstration gardens, started a community focused agricultural training and micro finance project and started a capacity building process for the handing back of one school farm
  5. scrutinised our own working systems and initiated a review to determine greater grass roots participation

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Executive summary of 2011/12

LTT’s work in Tanzania:-

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  1. continued to support the capital investment in primary education through renovation and classroom building, provision of electricity to enable further development, provision of teaching/learning resources and continued sponsorship, scholarship and training
  2. established a new participatory school meals programme with facility to assist the poorest in the community
  3. consulted with leaders at a 3rd primary school, jointly created a collaborative development plan and addressed the first priority.
  4. supported the training of community members to build and sell fuel efficient stoves
  5. developed and implemented a strategy for increased revenue for school farm
  6. discussed, developed and launched a microloan finance project combined with capacity building for 49 members across 2 communities, continued to provide planning support for the pig breeding project and started a cow in the community programme across 2 communities
  7. continued to support the establishment of the Manyara Girl Guides to empower women and girls in the community

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Executive summary 2010/11

LTT’s work in Tanzania:-

  1. continued to invest in physical assets at Waangwaray and Sinai school to alter their learning environments from hazardous and dull to safe and inspirational
  2. established a school farm at Waangwaray and won an Award from Teach a Man to Fish for Entrepreneurial teaching; and won "Best Farm in Babati Award from Babati Town Council
  3. our fish ponds were copied by individuals and community groups around Babati
  4. community development expanded through the provision of a loan and capacity building for a community group wishing to establish a pig breeding business
  5. worked with some influential informal female leaders to assist them establish the Manyara Girl Guide
  6. Invested in water boreholes at both schools to ensure a private supply and allow for further development to take place.

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Executive summary 2009/10

LTT's work in Tanzania:-

  1. continued to invest in renovation and construction of new builds at Waangwaray and expanded to a 2nd school
  2. Discussions have started with  formal and informal community leaders to establish how we might be able to assist further

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Executive summary of 2008/9

LTT's work in Tanzania:-

  1. continued to invest in the infrastructure at Waangwaray primary school
  2. developed the concept of a school farm with the school development committee
  3. started a teacher training programme for English Language

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Executive summary of 2007/08

LTT's work in Tanzania

  1. developed the initial link established in November 2006 by Julian
  2. established a link with a UK based volunteer organisation and brought the first team of volunteers to work along side the builders and community
  3. invested in the renovation and completion of classrooms, teachers houses, toilets, farm stores, offices kindergarten and the teachers houses

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