Hope for Tanzania

Post Carnival Report

Published 25 June 2011

We had a great time at the Duffield carnival this afternoon. At our stall we showcased the work that we are involved with in Tanzania. We displayed photographs of the school, clinic and sponsored students. We ran a quiz about Tanzania with a candy bar for anyone completing it. We also demonstrated how to carry a bucket on our heads (as an example of this water carrying method)and then gave people an opportunity to "have a go". We had many conversations with interested people, gave out literature and talked about our plans to send computers to schools in Arusha. We all enjoyed the afternoon, the weather was reasonable and it was great just to talk about the opportunities we've had to help others.


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