Hope for Tanzania

Martin's Itinerary for Tanzania Visit

Published 08 January 2015

Arusha – research secondary school project (visit secondary schools, educational authorities, engineer, accountant)
Arusha – assess a potential project to start businesses
Arusha – Tuishime School (child sponsorship scheme)
Dar – visit secondary schools including the Christian school of HOPAC
DSM – meet with businessmen, MP (Paul Makonda) to discuss Christian secondary school and business start-up fund
Mwanza & western TZ – meet friends and Felix/Naomi’s family

January 11 Travel to Nairobi
12 Travel to Arusha
12-23 Arusha
24 Travel to Tanga to visit Felicia & Emmanuel
26 Travel to Dar es Salaam to visit Paul & Maria
28-Feb 1 Visiting Simon & Laura Walton in DSM
2 Travel to Mwanza
3-8 Visiting people, travel to/from Burundi
9 Travel to Arusha
9-15 Arusha
16 Travel to UK via Nairobi

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