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Asante Sana For Education is a 501(c)3 orginization in the U.S.A. and a registered NGO (Non-Government Orginization) in Tanzania.

Our 2019 Cultural Immersion Trip Participants brought 600 Days for Girls reusable menstrual kits to Bagamoyo, Tanzania. The kits were made and donated by Days For Girls’ (DfG) chapters from Nashua, New Hampshire (300), Pennsylvania (100), Connecticut and Utah. Once we...

July 8, 2019

We started our safari day in Allan’s authentic Safari vehicle on our way to Saadani National Park. On the way the top went off and we were standing with our heads poking out, cameras at the ready. Ashley said there would be a prize for the first sighting of an animal a...

July 2, 2019

Our first Saturday for the Summer 2019 Trip was a day full of artwork, music, and good food. We started off the day walking to the Bagamoyo art market and looking at the beautiful sculptures, jewelry, and paintings that the very talented Bagamoyo artists have so beauti...

June 27, 2019

The morning began with our usual beautiful sunrise and delicious breakfast at Travelers Lodge.  We soon piled in to two vehicles, one that didn’t quite return as it started. Little did we know what an adventure we were in for! After starting off on the highway, we stop...

June 24, 2019

Here’s my take on BEE.

Here’s a little sing-along: “Continent, oh continent, oh do you know your continents? Asia, Africa, North & South America. Europe and Australia, Antarctica too.”

Very good. Now here’s a little Pop quiz!

Can you name all the countries on the continen...

June 24, 2019

Friday (Day 5) we got to help the BEE Montessori Preschool children paint t-shirts. They came out six at a time, and watching their curiosity as to what was going on turn to an intense concentration on the task at hand was very heart warming. Several children tried to...

June 18, 2019

Our educational adventure to Bagamoyo with ASFE started out as it should, with an interesting and insightful historic walking tour with our very knowledgeable and friendly guide, Doto.

We learned about the Arabic, German, and British influences as well as the history of...

August 4, 2018

       It’s been a little over one year since Seratiani, whose leg was amputated in 2016 due to severe Elephantiasis, received her prosthetic leg. After several months of physical therapy to learn to walk on her new leg she returned to her village in May 2017 with her...

July 19, 2018

Our safari trip was the most memorable trip of my entire life. Following the short plane ride into Kilimanjaro Airport, we visited Tuma and Emma’s families. They were so excited to see Tuma and it was really sweet to have Tuma show us his home and family.

After that we...

July 8, 2018

Day 15 (July 07) of this great adventure, we rounded up as many SES students as possible and headed to Firefly for their scheduled Baga-Beach-Lovers cleanup day. The SES students are so great and willing to be involved. They arrived on our "mzungu" time (which means th...

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