The Grand Opening

Ashley and I had no idea what was in store for us as we drove from the ASFE office in Bagamoyo to the site of the recently completed Mnindi Primary School. We had been so looking forward to this day, even throughout the trials and tribulations that can often come with construction in Africa. Prior to entering the dirt road that marked the final three miles of our journey, we only knew that the Mnindi community, along with several dignitaries representing the United Republic of Tanzania, was inviting us to a ceremony recognizing the completion of the school. The adventure started to get even more interesting when a huge cloth sign with “ASANTE SANA FOR EDUCATION WELCOMES YOU ALL TO THE GRAN

Student Empowering Students Parent Group

On our first day in Tanzania, Ashley and I had the pleasure of meeting many parents and guardians of students that are actively involved in ASFE’s Students Empowering Students program in a meeting that took place adjacent to the ASFE office. These parents, who graciously presented Ashley with a gift as a token of their appreciation for ASFE’s contribution to their students’ education, are strong supporters of education and learning. This has become clear as many of these parents have not only organized a parent’s group to support ASFE’s efforts, but several of the parents are using the ASFE office and resources to better their English-speaking skills and are learning how to use computers and

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