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2 weeks ago
Trade Aid

Today‘s group of visitors to the Makumbusho came from Nachingwea, a four-hour bus ride away from Mikindani.

The 63 primary school children, accompanied by their teachers, joined the many thousands who – during the four years the museum has been open – have come here to have fun learning about the history of the region. Jamila Mohamedi is their guide.

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2 weeks ago
Trade Aid

Celebrate International Tourism Day with us! Get: A Tour of The Old Boma & Museum, A Delicious 3 Course Dinner and A Movie! All for only 35,000Tsh This deal cannot be missed! #internationaltourismday #oldboma #oldbomahotel #museum #tourism #tour #theroyaltour #visitoldboma #visitmtwara #historictown #history #mikindani #mtwara #offers #deals #movie #dinner ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Trade Aid

Our trainees meeting the local committee for the first time! Simply amazing #oldboma #oldbomahotel #Tradeaid #trainees #training #vocationaltraining #hotelier #hoteltraining #hotel #visitoldboma #visitmtwara #mikindani #mtwara ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
Trade Aid

It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Beverley Cairns. Beverley lived in Mikindani with her husband John while he was serving as District Officer and Commissioner during the 1950s as part of the British Administration. One of the rooms in the Old Boma is named Cairns and Beverley donated this picture on one of her visits. We would like to send our condolences on behalf of Trade Aid to Beverley’s family at this sad time.

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It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Beverley Cairns.  Beverley lived in Mikindani with her husband John while he was serving as District Officer and Commissioner during the 1950s as part of the British Administration.   One of the rooms in the Old Boma is named Cairns and Beverley donated this picture on one of her visits.  We would like to send our condolences on behalf of Trade Aid to Beverley’s family at this sad time.

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Both Beverley and John were wonderful people. They conscientiously supported Trade Aid and its work in Mikindani for many years. Their fascinating book ‘Bush and Boma’ is still available for guests to read in the Hotel. We send our condolences to their family at this sad time.

3 weeks ago
Trade Aid

Photo of trainees and staff with Training Inspectors at the Old Boma during a recent visit. The inspectors were very impressed with the quality of our training in general and the success with which we manage to find jobs for our trainees. ... See MoreSee Less

Photo of trainees and staff with Training Inspectors at the Old Boma during a recent visit. The inspectors were very impressed with the quality of our training in general and the success with which we manage to find jobs for our trainees.
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June 7

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 took an unexpected turn and […]

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April 26

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 children to attend a specialist […]

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January 18

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 escaped a future without an […]

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January 17

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 could mean a woman gaining […]

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