School Income Generation

Schools generating an income so they can have greater autonomy, so they can pay exam fees for the poorest kids, can repair broken desks, pay their water/electricity bills without going cap in hand to the community or the government. This model demonstrates self reliance and maintains pride and dignity.

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Managhat Market Garden Flourishing

The students at the Managhat Primary school run, under the supervision of teachers, our Community Agricultural Support Officer (CASO) and our Education Officer the most fantastic school income generating, business training demonstration market garden.

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Girls4Girls launches in Babati

Girls4Girls brings together girls from different countries and cultures to explore the challenges they have in a safe environment. The workshops build their confidence, determination and self-belief, whilst also learning about each other's culture. The UK girls also do some volunteering in the community. 

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Letter from Head of 6th Form - Grey Court School

By focusing on one district in Tanzania it is possible to see first hand the direct impact the work and donations of our students was having.  This was evidenced physically by having a hand in building the kitchen, painting the classrooms and constructing the market garden, but it was most obviously apparent through the testimony of the Tanzanian students, teachers and village elders who we met and who felt empowered by the LTT’s ethos. Click to read more

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