RLT newsletters are produced quarterly.
The news from Kindwitwi village is sent by the Centre Manager, Abdallah Nguyu, to the editors in the UK. The newsletters contain news not only about Kindwitwi, but also about the part the Centre plays in leprosy control in the Rufiji region and occasional news of our Trustees.
The first newsletter was produced in 1989 by Teresa and Robin Pim, and the editors hold an almost complete back set. To access an earlier copy, or to submit items for the newsletter, please write to:
RLT Newsletter Editor, 17 Harbutts, Bathampton, Bath BA2 6TA
Click below to view or download previous editions of the RLT newsletter, featuring news and information about the trust, Kindwitwi Leprosy Care Centre and various other topics.
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Summary: News from the village, new building, flooding, shop online and raise funds for us, and test your knowledge of leprosySummary: The importance of education and early detection, cultivation in the village, support for RLT and a marathon fundraising effort by a TrusteeSummary: 13 new cases diagnosed in the last quarter, importance of outreach, work at the dispensary, visitors to the village and Trustee to raise funds for us running the New York marathonKeywords: children, Disability, Kindwitwi, Leprosy, shoes, TanzaniaSummary: New motorbike, a wedding, worries about the harvest and fishingSummary: Raw materials for shoes, new water tank, floods, vale Mzee Mkambakamba, educating the children in KindwitwiSummary: Kindwitwi gets behind the newly elected President, John Magufuli’s clean-up campaign. Leprosy update includes six new cases of leprosy were diagnosed and 41 tailor-made shoes were made or repaired. And a marriage was celebrated in Kindwitwi.Summary: The difficulties of communication with Kindwitwi Village sometimes means that their news is too late to print in the main Newsletter, so here is an update from Salum. Six new leprosy cases diagnosed this quarter, official opening of the new kindergarten class, help for Bashiluni Juma, born with cerebral palsy. Newsletter 100 STOP PRESS (002)Summary: Launch of our #MyHandsandFeet campaign, Gill Perry reporting on Parmiter’s School third visit to Kindwitwi, Dr Rogers Nnally leprosy training course and the Trustees’ tribute to the late Makamba Mbega No 100 2015 SepSummary: Summary; New mobile eye clinic, Father Lamburn Archives, May Day celebrationsCategories: News