United Church of Canada (UCC) has been a partner to CCT for quite a long time. UCC has been supporting CCT in running chaplaincies and other development works. Of the recent Wendy Gichuru has been visiting CCT for the purpose of strengthening the relationship between the two entities. More of Wendy’s journey in pics.
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The Climate change, Environment and Food Security program of CCT recently trained 188 members from 45 IR–VICOBA groups of Bahi district on conservation farming (farming God’s Way). This approach which make use of a small piece of land and spells about no land tilling helps the peasant/subsistence farmers to be sure of food for their households. The method is contrary to the traditional ways of farming in which a large piece of land produces less. Vivid examples from the farmers
PETS Master Trainers In Action is a project designed to facilitate formation train and mentor new PETS committee in tracking public expenditure in the district of Bahi, Gairo and Same. The overall Objectives were to form new PETS COMMITTEE in the proposed District by using PETS MASTER TRAINERS because it is costs efficient, reliable and can reach more villages within a short time. Secondly, was to impart the knowledge of Good Governance and PETS to 20 wards of Bahi and
Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT) has been working on enlightening communities to abandon harmful cultural practices, particularly gender based violence since 2010. In particular a lot of work has been done to curb the infamous female genital mutilation (FGM) as well as poverty through VICOBA self help groups. In that course quite a few women circumcisers (Ngariba) have left the practice that has hurt lives of many girls and women in Serengeti district. So far 6 Ngaribas have quitted the
The 2015 General Elections Observation Mission could not have been a success without cooperation from the Tanzania Christian Forum (TCF) to whom we are sincerely indebted. Specifically, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to all Bishops and Heads of Ministries from CCT, CHARISMATIC, CPCT and TEC for their readiness to provide us the volunteers without whom the Observation Mission’s work would have been impossible to carry out. See the whole report below
The event took place on Sunday 31/7/2016 and it was graced by Chamwino DC Hon. Vumilia Nyamoga. In total the goods were supplied to 11 households with 58 residents where majority have impaired vision. Items issued include: Blankets/Quilts Health Kits Soap School kits Bibles Braille Food Supplies More Pictures Courtesy CCT WAMA
As part of a strong delegation from the United Republic of Tanzania’s Parliament, CCT was invited through Climate Action Network Tanzania (CANTz) to take part in the most informative and educative study tour on how Renewable energy can be used to mitigate climate change and help reduce not only energy poverty but poverty at large. The visit was sponsored by World Future Council and the Bread for the World both being Germany based Organizations (Hamburg and Berlin resp.). The delegation
Rev. Ezra Machasa is a father of three children and has been working as a Priest for over 6 years. As he told his story, he said how like many other priests in his diocese, he was always hoping to be located in an area where there are many Christians and this was driven by economic factor. When he was sent to Maweni Parish in 2012, he says he was disappointed because it was a small parish with few Christians; which implied that
This project has a long history where PETS committee mobilize the villagers to demonstrate against SANDS Company on their activities of quarrying stones without any consideration for the villagers. Following villager demonstration they passed a resolution that, SANDS Company will build a Secondary School, water wells and construct the village road the obligation which was unfulfilled. In 2015 the villagers boycotted again against SANDS Company and together they requested the meeting with the Minister of Energy and Mineral resources Hon.
Agriculture is the first work human beings were asked to perform (Genesis 2:15). It remains true that today members of the communities go on farming for food and other economies. This also holds for all the districts where the Christian Council of Tanzania works. When land was fertile covered naturally by trees and other natural materials, farming gave a lot of harvests. Notably however, in the name of development human beings started to destroy it through deforestation and bush fires