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Our textile venture

July 31, 2018

The Bahati Trust is now also selling beach bags and yoga mat bags as well as cushions and cosmetics bags. So far this initiative has been very successful and we have enjoyed putting together the designs very much. 
Our local Tanzanian lady Viola who works from a shop opposite the Ijango orphanage has been working incredibly hard to keep up with the orders. She and her assistants have produced up to 75 beach bags so far and plenty of cushions and yoga mat bags too. It's very rewarding to know we are supporting a local women and her small business venture. We are hoping we can expand this in future and support even more women by setting up our own workshop. In the short term we plan to help Viola buy a new sewing machine so that she can increase her production and in the process improve the finished product as well. Any donations to help Viola will be greatly appreciated. So far the money we make from this venture is earmarked for the future build of the new Almadina orphanage centre.

Hafidh

Message from the founder

July 31, 2018

Although the Bahati Trust has been up and running for a year and a half now, it is pretty much exactly a year ago that we received official charity status from the charity commission. Since then we have increased the number of children we sponsor for school from 7 to 14 so a neat 100 percent. We are so happy with this achievement and every time we hear how the children are thriving we feel incredibly proud. We could not do this without the help of our incredibly generous and kind sponsors. We realise that everyone has financial commitments and that taking on additional commitments like sponsoring a child for school is a big ask. We are therefore so grateful to the wonderful people who help us help the children. 

Our latest exciting news is that we have two volunteers coming to Dar es Salaam next week. Harry and Jasper (both 17) will be working with the children at nursery during the morning and then at the Ijango orphanage in the afternoon. 

They will be living with an African family for the duration of their stay so will get a good understanding of the African way of life.  If you (or your children) would like to become a Volunteer please contact the Trust for more information. 

If you would like to know more about the Trust keep a lookout for the Trustees Report which will be published in the next few months. This will contain financial details and more in depth information of what the Trust has been up to in the past year. 

Love Trude

 

The Bahati Trust

Stay Up To Date With Us

1R2A1418.jpg

Our textile venture

July 31, 2018

The Bahati Trust is now also selling beach bags and yoga mat bags as well as cushions and cosmetics bags. So far this initiative has been very successful and we have enjoyed putting together the designs very much. 
Our local Tanzanian lady Viola who works from a shop opposite the Ijango orphanage has been working incredibly hard to keep up with the orders. She and her assistants have produced up to 75 beach bags so far and plenty of cushions and yoga mat bags too. It's very rewarding to know we are supporting a local women and her small business venture. We are hoping we can expand this in future and support even more women by setting up our own workshop. In the short term we plan to help Viola buy a new sewing machine so that she can increase her production and in the process improve the finished product as well. Any donations to help Viola will be greatly appreciated. So far the money we make from this venture is earmarked for the future build of the new Almadina orphanage centre.

Hafidh

Message from the founder

July 31, 2018

Although the Bahati Trust has been up and running for a year and a half now, it is pretty much exactly a year ago that we received official charity status from the charity commission. Since then we have increased the number of children we sponsor for school from 7 to 14 so a neat 100 percent. We are so happy with this achievement and every time we hear how the children are thriving we feel incredibly proud. We could not do this without the help of our incredibly generous and kind sponsors. We realise that everyone has financial commitments and that taking on additional commitments like sponsoring a child for school is a big ask. We are therefore so grateful to the wonderful people who help us help the children. 

Our latest exciting news is that we have two volunteers coming to Dar es Salaam next week. Harry and Jasper (both 17) will be working with the children at nursery during the morning and then at the Ijango orphanage in the afternoon. 

They will be living with an African family for the duration of their stay so will get a good understanding of the African way of life.  If you (or your children) would like to become a Volunteer please contact the Trust for more information. 

If you would like to know more about the Trust keep a lookout for the Trustees Report which will be published in the next few months. This will contain financial details and more in depth information of what the Trust has been up to in the past year. 

Love Trude

 

The Bahati Trust

Stay Up To Date With Us

1R2A1418.jpg

Our textile venture

July 31, 2018

The Bahati Trust is now also selling beach bags and yoga mat bags as well as cushions and cosmetics bags. So far this initiative has been very successful and we have enjoyed putting together the designs very much. 
Our local Tanzanian lady Viola who works from a shop opposite the Ijango orphanage has been working incredibly hard to keep up with the orders. She and her assistants have produced up to 75 beach bags so far and plenty of cushions and yoga mat bags too. It's very rewarding to know we are supporting a local women and her small business venture. We are hoping we can expand this in future and support even more women by setting up our own workshop. In the short term we plan to help Viola buy a new sewing machine so that she can increase her production and in the process improve the finished product as well. Any donations to help Viola will be greatly appreciated. So far the money we make from this venture is earmarked for the future build of the new Almadina orphanage centre.

Hafidh

Message from the founder

July 31, 2018

Although the Bahati Trust has been up and running for a year and a half now, it is pretty much exactly a year ago that we received official charity status from the charity commission. Since then we have increased the number of children we sponsor for school from 7 to 14 so a neat 100 percent. We are so happy with this achievement and every time we hear how the children are thriving we feel incredibly proud. We could not do this without the help of our incredibly generous and kind sponsors. We realise that everyone has financial commitments and that taking on additional commitments like sponsoring a child for school is a big ask. We are therefore so grateful to the wonderful people who help us help the children. 

Our latest exciting news is that we have two volunteers coming to Dar es Salaam next week. Harry and Jasper (both 17) will be working with the children at nursery during the morning and then at the Ijango orphanage in the afternoon. 

They will be living with an African family for the duration of their stay so will get a good understanding of the African way of life.  If you (or your children) would like to become a Volunteer please contact the Trust for more information. 

If you would like to know more about the Trust keep a lookout for the Trustees Report which will be published in the next few months. This will contain financial details and more in depth information of what the Trust has been up to in the past year. 

Love Trude

 

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