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DFID partners with Dogodogo

DFID, the Department for International Development which leads the UK Government’s fight against world poverty, supports the Dogodogo Centre for Street Children Trust in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

UK tax payers can see how some of their hard-earned money is helping to transform the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable youngsters by visiting the DFID website which features the story of Aloys Funga Funga, one of the young men cared for by Dogodogo:

http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Media-Room/Case-Studies/2010/Vulnerable-boys-find-their-vocation-in-Tanzania/

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March 28, 2010 at 3:22 pm Leave a comment

More pictures from the London launch of Emusoi

Naha gives necklace to Minister

Naha presents a traditional Maasai bead necklace to DfID Minister of State, Gareth Thomas, while Esupat looks on.

Naha, Esupat, strawberries

Naha and Esupat tried many new kinds of food, including strawberries, during their visit to London. But they still prefer their traditional diet of beef and milk.

Esupat, Mell, Naha

Comic actor Mell Giedroyc was among the guests at the book launch.

Danny, Liz F, Lainy

More distinguished guests! Left to right, Danny Mwasandube of the Tanzania Development Trust, Mrs Liz Fennell of the Britain Tanzania Society, and Ms Lainy Malkani, Producer BBC Radio London.

Esupat, Sr Jean, Mwanaidi, Naha

"Girl Power": left to right, Esupat, Sr Jean Pruitt, founder of the Dogodogo Centre for Street Children Trust, HE Mwanaidi Maajar, Tanzanian High Commissioner to the UK, Naha.

Photos by Dorothee Giedroyc

November 11, 2009 at 4:11 pm Leave a comment


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