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Year 12 Updates from Tanzania - Dec 3

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Dec 3 at 10:40pm Update from Ms. Colleen Usher

Group a - looking around completed school project and then making a start on goat sheds, solar panels and stoves (the photos that follow are from group A)

Group B - working on clearing the ground ready for some building work to start at new school. 

Group C - on safari - no wifi 


Dec 3 at 11pm Update from Mr. Aidan Jones

Group A - Visited a local village and went to see the teachers accommodation at a local primary school which our cohort from last year help to build. After a delicious lunch at Seeway Children's center they went to start building Goat sheds from local families.

Group B - Went to Nazareti School, where they continued the work started by group C on Thursday and Friday. Today they worked on completing a floor for two classrooms. The desks the group built yesterday will eventually be used in these rooms.

Group C - Went on their first day of Safari in Tarangire National Park.

 

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