LVDC is teaming up with Gentle Giant Productions in Scotland to film a documentary about the lives of disabled people in the Mara Region. We need your donations to help make this documentary that will help disabled people in Tanzania for years to come. You can read more about the project and donate on the […]
Dr Manny Vasant, an invaluable supporter and patron of ours, is organising a sponsored walk on the 15th June to raise funds for the LVDC construction. The walk will be partly along the Thames finishing up at Putney Common for drinks and BBQ. Anyone is welcome to participate â€“ please download a sponsorship form and […]
20th of February 2012 was a great day for the Lake Victoria Disability Centre. The main event of the day was the long awaited visit from the AOG representatives led by Dr Manjul Vasant to witness the laying of the foundation stone at the new site which is located in the Nyabange area of Musoma. […]
We were lucky to have a doctor and 2 dentists visit us from the UK. They conducted medical check ups and treated our own students and those from the local deaf school. We were extremely grateful for the valued expertise and professional care they had to offer.
We hope you like the new look of the site. It’s 95% finished but we’ve put it up anyway just to let you have a look. We’ll be working on the other 5% over the coming weeks and getting the site perfect, so apologies for any design errors, broken links and typos in that time.
2011 has been a great year for LVDC and we are all very excited about 2012! With the recent news of securing funding from the organsiation, Africa Action Dutchland (AAD) and the generous donations and long-term support from Dr Manny Vasant, members of the AOG and all our overseas supporters, we are pleased to announce […]
Everyone at LVDC we’re very lucky this week to be able to go and enjoy a trip to the Serengeti! All of the staff, students and volunteers squeezed into the mini bus on Monday to start the journey to the Serengeti gate. At the Ndabaka gate we stopped for a quick refreshment and a mischievous […]
The students have been very busy designing and making new and exiting items to sell. They are all hand made at the LVDC centre. The bright colors are a great mix of traditional and up and coming fashion in Tanzania. The collection consists of purses, pencil cases, oven mitts, handbags, skirts and many more… We […]