Hope for Tanzania

Trustee Visit to Tanzania

Published 16 October 2012

Maggie Zimmermann and Dick Beath are visiting Arusha next week for specific reasons. Maggie is a teacher and organiser of the British Council International Exchange Programme. Having hosted a teacher from Tuishime School in May it is now her turn to travel to Tanzania and teach at the school. She will be giving lessons in a number of subjects and teaching pupils traditional English dances. Dick, an accountant, is focussing on advising school staff who maintain the accounts and administer the finances. He will teach them how to set budgets, manage cash flow and will analyse income and expenditure to see whether the school is self-financing. In addition they both have a long list of other activities to carry out on behalf of Hope for Tanzania. We also hope they will find time for relaxation. We thank God for their visit and the benefits they will receive as well as the help they will give.


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