Projects we support in Tanzania

  • Read Mugumu Safe House

    Mugumu Safe House

    The Mugumu Safe House provides refuge for girls fleeing from the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).

  • Read Tanzania Earthquake Emergency

    Tanzania Earthquake Emergency

    On the 10th of September a magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit northern Tanzania causing loss of life, injury and extreme damage to important infrastructure.

  • Read Tanzania Leadership Development

    Tanzania Leadership Development

    Anglican Aid and the Diocese of Mara, the Diocese of Tarime and the Diocese of Ruaha are working alongside Christians through selecting one student from each Diocese to study theology for three years at the Ugandan Christian University. The aim is to invest in Gospel leadership in Tanzania.

  • Read Bunda Bible College

    Bunda Bible College

    Bunda Bible College is a rural Bible College located in the Diocese of Mara. Students are able to study Biblical studies up to a diploma level with the aim to better equip themselves for lay or ordained ministry.

  • Read Discipleship and Development

    Discipleship and Development

    Anglican Aid is partnering with the Anglican Church of Tanzania to train future leaders within the Diocese of Mara. The aim is to equip and enable Africans to solve the future problems of Africa.

  • Read Lake Rukwa Capacity Building and Preschool

    Lake Rukwa Capacity Building and Preschool

    Lake Rukwa is a growing area in Tanzania as many people from tribal backgrounds are moving into the area, looking for both land and opportunity. As such, the Anglican Diocese in Lake Rukwa is well placed to be able to provide services and help to this growing area.

  • Read Lake Rukwa Clergy Training

    Lake Rukwa Clergy Training

    Lake Rukwa is a young Anglican Diocese in south-western Tanzania, formed in 2010. It seeks to serve a significant growth area in Tanzania. People from many different parts of Tanzania and from many tribal backgrounds are moving into the area looking for both land and opportunity.

  • Read Bunda Girls Secondary School

    Bunda Girls Secondary School

    In Tanzania, selection of pupils from primary schools to enter secondary education is very competitive. Girls’ performance is lower than that of boys due to the extra household duties girls are expected to complete, which deny them time to concentrate on studies.

  • Read Buigiri Braille School

    Buigiri Braille School

    Buigiri School for the Blind has an outstanding track record in Tanzania’s national examinations for pupils graduating from primary education. However, the school lacks the resources and funds to properly care for children with visual impairment.

  • Read Karagwe Disabilities Project

    Karagwe Disabilities Project

    Anglican Aid works with the Anglican Church of Tanzania to support disabled children in Karagwe in Tanzania through income generation, education and promoting social inclusion.

  • Read Mara Young Men’s Vocational Training

    Mara Young Men’s Vocational Training

    In the Mara region of Tanzania, youth unemployment is high and many struggle to meet their daily needs, especially when crops fail. Mara Young Men's Vocational Training provides young men with skills in carpentry in order to increase their income generating capacity and lift them and their families out of poverty.