Hope for Tanzania

Martin's Visit to Tanzania

Published 30 October 2014

The chair of trustees, Martin Grosvenor, is visiting Tanzania in January 2015 for 5 weeks to research new projects for Hope for Tanzania. He will fly to Nairobi and then on to Arusha, followed by a week long trip to Dar es Salaam and also a short visit to the border region with Burundi. The purpose of the visit is to research the feasibility of starting one of two projects - starting a secondary school or investing in business start-ups. He aims to meet many people with experience of the education and business sectors to understand more about the needs and opportunities.It promises to be an exciting and busy trip which will be very influential on the future direction that the charity takes over the next 5 years. Please pray for Martin.

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