Hope for Tanzania

Visit 2014

Published 14 November 2013

Although the visits to Tanzania this year have only just finished we are beginning to plan for Visit 2014, which will take place in July and August. We have already found accommodation and have a good idea of the type of activities that we will be involved in. These will be running a holiday club at the school, helping at orphanages and nursery schools, enjoying a safari in the Serengeti and encouraging a wide range of people in the Arusha area. We would like to take a large group with us and already have over 10 people but we can take up to 20. We are particularly looking to take people with musical, artistic, sporting, teaching, business and youth work skills as these will be areas that we will be working in. If you are interested in finding out more information then please send Martin an email at info@hopefortanzania.org.

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