After the longest 34 hours of my life I finally arrived in Mbeya. So far it was definitely worth it, however two bus journeys and three flights really took it out of me and I dropped my bank card (which was returned to me by flight staff) and just under half of my money. Good […]
Tanzania is officially not in famine however the government has said that 70% of those living in the villages only eat once per day. Food insecurity is very real and very close. With the harvest still a few months away Grassroots has taken the decision to increase the amount of food we give out in […]
Teachers from Rowledge School in Hampshire visited Tanzania as part of the Grassroots team in March 2017. They spent the week meeting the children of Pambogo Primary School (their linked school), teaching lessons, visiting the Grassroots feeding proigramme and making wonderful friends. Here are the photos.
Hi everyone, The team from the UK and USA who are visiting Tanzania this November are now on their third day in Mbeya. Arrival day…. exciting but exhausted. Saturday… recovered by a good night’s sleep and then into action at the Airport location feeding programme. 265 sponsored children interviewed in the centre. 10 minute interview […]
We had a great time with the student from Bishop Luffa School when they visited Tanzania in July 2016. Read their blogs here: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/luffa/1/tpod.html There are also loads of great photos on our FACEBOOK page if you scroll down to July 2016 Apart from meeting the children, helping distribute livestock, building livestock pens, distributing water […]
The Grassroots prayer team has been in Tanzania for a few days. Hugo has put a short report on his blog at www.prayereverywhere.org.uk and pictures on our Facebook page
So the last day ended up being an adventure of a different sort. We were all up and about in time for the trip to Songwe (the main airport) at 7am, and were checked in and waiting by 8:30. The plane arrived shortly afterwards, but had a software fault. We waited for nearly an hour before the […]
Last day, and an amazing welcome at the church in Airport. Richard, Amber and Dr Frank drove us up so we were able to enjoy another service. Ashley and I, through curiosity, made use of the decibel meters on our mobile phones, and registered an average of about 80dB – about as loud as a […]