In May, staff writer André Forget travelled to Tanzania with a delegation from The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund to visit projects supported by the Anglican Church of Canada. He filed these stories and photos.

Tanzania Photo Essays

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In-depth stories

The PWRDF delegation and hosts at Mtwara Airport. Back row, L-R: Jordan Leibel, Bishop David Irving, Chris Pharo, Zaida Bastos, the Rev. Linus Buriani, Leah Marshall, Jennifer Brown. Front row: Geoff Strong, Maureen Lawrence, Suzanne Rumsey, Joyce Liundi, Asha Kerr-Wilson, Elin Goulden. Photo: André Forget

Delegation reflects on PWRDF’s work in Masasi

It’s early in the morning, but the lounge at Mtwara airport is already filling up when the 10 members of the PWRDF’s delegation to the diocese of Masasi file through security.

Jemirozi Mkali, a single mother of three, has been able to achieve a measure of personal independence after receiving a cow through a PWRDF program. Photo: André Forget 

Gender equality key to development

For the past five years, the work of Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), the Anglican Church of Canada’s relief and development agency, has focused on the health of mothers and newborns in southern Tanzania’s diocese of Masasi.