The Minister of Education visits Mnindi Primary School

We arose early Saturday morning, picked up Mshindo (recovering from Malaria once again), Tuma and Mama Sophia and headed to Mnindi Primary School for a meeting with the Honorable Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa, Member of Parliament, Minister of Education and Vocational Training. The excitement at Mnindi was overwhelming. Children surrounded our car as we drove in and parked. Most of the students and teachers were there as well as the community leaders and our design and construction teams. Jack and Tuma played a hardy game of football (soccer) with the students as we waited for the Minister’s arrival. Dr. Kawambwa was all smiles as he drove in and saw our beautiful primary school in Tanzania coming to

Mnindi Primary School and Room to Read

On Thursday, the morning after our late night arrival, Jack Tuma and I headed to Mnindi Primary School to check on the progress and meet with an NGO (Non-Government Organization). On my last visit in late June, the construction crew where demolishing and rebuilding the eight partially completed foundations from the previous contractor’s poor work. It was wonderful to round the corner and see classrooms rising from the ground. One classroom with an office has its roof and they were plastering the inside walls; another has the plaster and the roof is going up. The four remaining classrooms are in various stages and one of the two staff houses has it interior and exterior walls going up. What a

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