Hope for Tanzania

Visit 2016

Published 18 August 2016

Our visit to Tanzania this year will be between October 10th and November 9th.For the first two weeks Martin Grosvenor and 3 teachers from SVN will visit Arusha and Tuishime School. The teachers will be providing training and advice to teachers to assist them in improving the quality of education especially their lessons. In particular they will demonstrate use of resources to make lessons more interesting, how to differentiate a lesson according to ability and how to identify and help special needs pupils. Martin will build relationships with school staff and discuss ways to develop the school to become financially stronger. For the last 2 weeks Martin will travel to Singida (Kiomboi) to encourage Pastor Deo in his business and evangelism work followed by a week in Dar to meet students and Pastor Stephen Osinde. A prayer guide will be produced closer to the visit.

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