Presentation hosted by the Britain Tanzania Society


Hear our Co-chair, Dr Sarah Feather talk about Leprosy in Rural Tanzania: Detection, Treatment and Overcoming the Stigma at a seminar hosted by the Britain Tanzania Society.

Dr Feather visited Kindwitwi in 1983 with a group of young people from the Diocese of Hereford, then did her medical student elective in the village, and has been returning on and off ever since. She became a trustee in 1989.

Details of the event:

Date: 6th March 2017

Time: 5pm to 7pm

Location: School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

There is no need to book in advance – but it would assist in planning if you could let Andrew Coulson know you are coming –  email   a.c.coulson@bham.ac.uk

The Britain Tanzania Society was founded in 1975 to improve communications and understanding between the UK and Tanzania. It is a non-political, non-governmental organisation, which aims to increase mutual knowledge, understanding and respect between the peoples of Britain and Tanzania through seminars, events and publications, and through the development of education, health, water and sanitation and other self-help community development activities and the promotion of gender equality.

If you are unable to attend the event, click here to see it streamed live.

Thank you Britain Tanzania Society for giving us the opportunity to talk about leprosy in Tanzania.