Hope for Tanzania

Post Trustee Meeting Note

Published 03 April 2011

We discussed the business plan relating to the Send a Computer Scheme and concluded that Project Fuse - the slow build-up option was the way to go. This will involve a pilot scheme to send a limited number of computers over followed by a larger quantity once we are reassured that the computers are being put to good use. We are going to look for some charitable trusts that we can apply to fund the scheme. Martin Grosvenor will refine the business case prior to a summary of the scheme being prepared to send to potential funding partners. If you would like to get involved in this scheme please email info@hopefortanzania.org.


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