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About BRITAIN TANZANIA SOCIETY

BRITAIN TANZANIA SOCIETY BRITAIN TANZANIA SOCIETY The Society aims to increase mutual knowledge, understanding and respect between the peoples of Britain and Tanzania through the following activities: Providing speakers and writers and running seminars in the UK on subjects relating to Tanzania Welcoming visitors to the host country Offering support and friendship to students Raising funds to finance small-scale community based projects in rural Tanzania through our sister organisation, the Tanzania Development Trust. INDUSTRY: Agriculture/Fair Trade, Environment/Sustainability, Education, Water/Sanitation, Gender Equality/Women's Empowerment, Economic Growth and Development ACTIVITIES: Funding/Grantmaking, Events, Communications, Fundraising The Society aims to increase mutual knowledge, understanding and respect between the peoples of Britain and Tanzania through the following activities: Providing speakers and writers and running seminars in the UK on subjects relating to Tanzania Welcoming visitors to the host country Offering support and friendship to students Raising funds to finance small-scale community based projects in rural Tanzania through our sister organisation, the Tanzania Development Trust. 2015 is the 40th year since the Society was founded, and there will be a celebration on Sundaty November 8th in Reading- more details will be available shortly. Our annual general meeting will be held at Westminster Central Hall on November 14th. More details are availble here and details on elections of committee members are also available Our annual report is also available. We produce a regularly updated (January 2015) comprehensive listing of UK organisations with a connection to Tanzania,
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