Hope for Tanzania

It's going well

Published 30 October 2011

The Visit is continuing to go well. The team has adjusted to life in Tanzania and were warmly looked after by Anne during the first weekend when the Masenge's were at their daughter's wedding. The teachers at the school have greatly enjoyed all the work the ladies have done - teaching, art work, games. Initial impressions have been the warmth of the weather, the kindness of the Tanzanians and the incredible contrast in cultures and living standards. Activities hot up this week with a visit to a large district hospital (particularly looked forward to by three of the team who are health professionals), visit to Arusha Clinic,further work at the school and progression of the Send a Computer Scheme.

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