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2021 Mayors Football Competition

2021 Mayors Football Competition

Sunday 30 May saw the opening ceremony for the Mayors Football Cup, of which Trade Aid was a sponsor.   The ceremony was held at the newly renovated sports ground which was opened by TARI (Tanzanian Agriculture Research Institute).   There was an air of excitement and fun, and even though the weather […]

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CEP – the New GEP

CEP – the New GEP

Our newly renamed and more inclusive Child Equality Programme (CEP) starts 2021 with 26 students on the programme. These children are progressing through primary and secondary school with our help in supplying necessary school equipment, and some are now entering college in Mtwara. Trade Aid is also supporting two deaf […]

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GEP: A Bright Future

GEP: A Bright Future

2019 has started with a bang for our GEP programme. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, Trade Aid have now helped three young women reach secondary school!  As Husna, Ajili and Ratifa begin their journey into form 1. Today we take look back at how these young women have […]

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Matthew Maddocks

The GEP works to reduce inequality in the opportunities given to young men and women in contexts like Tanzania. I am pleased to support it in the knowledge that funds are spent on the ground and on tangible barriers to school education, such as uniform costs and examination fees. Success […]

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Tracy Cox

In the Western World we take so much for granted like education, equal opportunities and employment, however in Tanzania the opportunities are not so great.  I wanted to help in  giving a child of Tanzania the opportunity to achieve an education and to have the opportunities we in the Western […]

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Celebrating Conservation

Celebrating Conservation

At Trade Aid nothing makes us happier than seeing the local community come together for a celebration, and that’s exactly what’s been happening in Mikindani. Since the announcement of the conservation area in August 2017, we’ve been working with The Old Boma and the local community to find a way […]

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