Hope for Tanzania

Interest is Growing .....

Published 19 July 2012

We are beginning to get enquiries about the visits we are organising in the summer of 2013 which have just been advertised. One type of visit will be a climb of Kilimanjaro which may be split into two separate teams, depending on numbers. The other will be our more classic visit which will primarily involve helping in one of our projects. We are open to enquiries from people who have a wide range of skills. We try to match their skills with many types of openings so that they find fulfillment in the activities they do and make a real difference. If you want further information about the range of activities then have a look at our visit brochure on the Get Involved - Visit 2013 area of the website. The visits will take place between mid June to mid August. Contact Martin Grosvenor at info@hopefortanzania.org for further details.

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