Hope for Tanzania

Day 6 of the Visit

Published 26 October 2011

News continues to filter through from the team and it is encouraging. Most of the time has been spent at the school. Philippa has been teaching, Janet has been working through some administrative tasks of the child sponsorship scheme and visited a few parents in their homes. There have also been visits to the Arusha Clinic where an operation occured this week. Poor supply of electricity continues to be a problem so the team is getting used to more darkness than normal. They have been warmly welcomed by so many people and continue to adjust to Tanzanian life. Life is different but good for them. Thank God for that.


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