Reporting in the field

We encourage all of our volunteers, including many who have participated in our TRT Media and Journalism module, to post regular updates and photos on Facebook. Each country has its own platform – it’s a great way to keep us all in touch with the wonderful work that is being done, and also a really good insight into the people and countries they live in. If you are thinking of joining a tour, or if you have a particular place in mind that you’d like to help via TRT, do join us online.

Checkout what’s happening through our Facebook timelines

1 week ago

Tag Rugby Trust

Awesome week in Zimbabwe preparing for the future. The team is doing great 👍🏼

Only thing that would have improved this snap would have been to have had Nikki and Tatenda present.
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1 week ago

Wasswa Jeremiah

Am proud to be a tag rugby product.....
#wasswa
#buffaloes
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Am proud  to be a tag rugby product.....
#wasswa
#buffaloes

2 weeks ago

Tag Rugby Trust

Sadza, greens, meat and gravy dinner Zim style 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Sadza, greens, meat and gravy dinner Zim style 🙂

Comment on Facebook

Can I join you please

Looking Good!!!

Wow

Tina?

1 month ago

Pythias Sichone

Great work to TRT.
I wish it reach higher and higher .
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3 months ago

Trevor Martingell

Great Project by TRTTeam Talk is an innovative project designed to encourage the empowerment of girls in rural Kenyan schools, and considerably improve health and sexual education using sport and interactive workshops as a vehicle. We partnernerd with Tag Rugby Trust and S.A.F.E. at Sasaab

www.thesafaricollection.com/team-talk-at-sasaab/
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Great Project by TRT