Hope for Tanzania

Water and Agriculture

Published 02 April 2012

One project that we will be starting is to assist villagers in the Singida area of Tanzania (west of Arusha) to improve their lives. This will be done by making a series of boreholes in different villages so that the water can be used to grow crops, where there are currently none. We will train the villagers in modern sustainable agricultural techniques and speak to them about the love that Jesus has for them. Over the next few years we will be researching the project, building on the contacts we already have and planning a strategy which will make a tangible difference to people's lives. Only when we have carried out the preparatory work will we start the project which we want to be a success and to give hope to the people of the Singida region. If you have expertise in any of these areas or want to learn more contact Martin Grosvenor at info@hopefortanzania.org

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