The Buturi project is a small charity with a big vision committed to supporting the impoverished and underdeveloped Tanzanian Buturi community through a variety of self-sustaining programmes. The project stemmed from providing a sanitary water source in 2008 and has now expanded to penetrate grass-roots education, attempting to break the poverty cycle that stifles African communities. If successful and sustainable, the Buturi project will become a model that can be emulated wider onto the African socio-economic landscape. With this we truly believe we have the power to change lives.
We are responding to the water crisis that East Africa is currently experiencing, it is the worst drought to hit the region in 60 years. The UN has officially declared famine in parts of Sub – Saharan Africa– regions. Find out more >
The Buturi Project believes in the power of education to improve lives. We aim to provide funding for the education the young and old in Buturi village, Tanzania. Find out more >
The Buturi Project cares for the health of the people of Tanzania. We donate to save lives in the village of Buturi and across Tanzania. We need your help to save more lives. Find out more >
Make Your Donation
If you would like to make a contribution to the Buturi Project and our work in Tanzania, there are several ways to go about it. You can donate via Direct Debit, bank transfer, a cheque, or you can even donate your airmiles to help the Project team travel to Tanzania to carry out vital work.