Goodbye Tanzania (for now)

Saying goodbye to Tanzania is so hard. Asante Sana to MSHINDO, TUMA AND MAMA SOPHIA for all the hard work you are doing for ASFE and the people of Tanzania. It's been a very productive week of working with the Students Empowering Students Clubs at Dunda Secondary School, Hassanali Damji Seconday School and the Muslim University of Mororgoro. In addition great movement has been accomplished at Mnindi Primary School with the help of Richard from Ecotect and the Minister of Education' s attorney. We had a great meeting with Room to Read this morning and look forward to combining our efforts and working together in the near future. Baadaye Tanzania.

Update

Here's whats been happening in Tanzania. Friday we went to meet with the community of Mnindi to discuss the delay on their school. They were obviously concerned, frustrated and a little bit angry. We believe they felt better and reassured after our visit. Saturday was a day I spent attached to my computer (beginning at 8am) as I prepared first by myself, and later joined by Mshindo for a meeting with the Minister of Education's attorney and our architect. The preparations were well worth it as we had a long productive meeting. I finally finished my work as dinner was served at 10pm. Today we are off to visit Hassan Munga at the Muslem University of Morogoro. Hassan has started and been runni

Our New Office!

Today we visited our new Students Empowering Students Office in Bagamoyo ,Tanzania.

Day 2

We are about to begin day number 2 by going to meet with the community of Mnindi and see if we can agree on the best methods to move forward with completing their school. We also hope to visit with Seritiani (Maasai girl with elephantitis) and her family who live in Mnindi. Yesterday we spent the morning with the Students Empowering Students members of both schoolreading letters about happiness from America and working on computer skills. Our group- Ben, mama Sophia, Tuma, Mshindo, SES Hassanal president Bernard, and myself - went to see the wonderful new office which Mshindo and Tuma have been working on. We had a great visit with Pili and Saidi and then off for a quick visit to the art

Tanzania Day 2

We are about to begin day number 2 by going to meet with the community of Mnindi and see if we can agree on the best methods to move forward with completing their school. We also hope to visit with Seritiani (Maasai girl with elephantitis) and her family who live in Mnindi. Yesterday we spent the morning with the Students Empowering Students members of both schoolreading letters about happiness from America and working on computer skills. Our group- Ben, mama Sophia, Tuma, Mshindo, SES Hassanal president Bernard, and myself - went to see the wonderful new office which Mshindo and Tuma have been working on. We had a great visit with Pili and Saidi and then off for a quick visit to the artists

Getting Ready to Leave for Tanzania

ASANTE SANA TO EVERYONE WHO HAS DONATED AND WRITTEN LETTERS. I have packed letters from Glastonbury High School graduates, Simsbury High School, Conard High school's Girl Rising Club, Whately Elementary School in Whately, Mass and Barlow Mountain School in Ridgefield, Ct. I have also packed hand sewn pencil cases filled with supplied with pencils,paper, crayons and erasers by the lovely Sister Rita of the Sisters of Saint Joseph's, toothbrushes and toothpaste donated by Dr. Douggggggy Hope and his lovelier wife Cathy, school supplies from many friends, schools and family. And an extra special thanks to Conard High School for their donation of the books "I am Malala" which I will have the St

Getting Ready to Leave for Tanzania

Asante sana to everyone who have donated and written letters! I have packed letters from Glastonbury High School graduates, Simsbury High School, Conard High school's Girl Rising Club, Whately Elementary School in Whately, Mass and Barlow Mountain School in Ridgefield, Ct. I have also packed hand sewn pencil cases filled with supplied with pencils,paper, crayons and erasers by the lovely Sister Rita of the Sisters of Saint Joseph's, toothbrushes and toothpaste donated by Dr. Douggggggy Hope and his lovelier wife Cathy, school supplies from many friends, schools and family. And an extra special thanks to Conard High School for their donation of the books "I am Malala" which I will have the St

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