Bagamoyo Bound

Here we go again! Today Nathan Washburn, Jack Washburn, Grace Miller and I are to Bagamoyo to check on all our projects and students and prepare for the arrival of the film crew from JacksGap. As always I love bringing new people into our ASFE family and introducing them to the wonderful people we work with in Tanzania. Although Nate, Grace and I will head home in mid June, Jack with be joined by Ben Washburn and stay in Bagamoyo until Mid August. They will be working with AMAP Preschool, the Students Empowering Students Program and helping to organize our little office. Expect lots of posts from them and we will update everyone on the JacksGap documentary as soon as it is posted. Photo: Jac

A Letter from a Graduate

The life events I will never forget. It was at my University (Saint Augustine University of Tanzania - SAUT) on the year 2011 when I was selected to join the undergraduate programs pursuing my BA in Sociology. When arrived there, I experienced culture shock for it was my first time to be at that strange environment with a lot of staffs to be completed with this single head. With no enough tuition fee, no accommodation and pocket money for survival, I felt like I will be taken home and lost that golden chance in my life. While trying to see on how can I get out of that trap, I received a message on my face book account from one of the Education supporting NGO (Asante Sana For Education) that,

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