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Tanzania Expedition

Tanzania Expedition Update 25.3.2016

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- 25.03: Just arrived at the camp, had a great flight, smooth from start to finish and amazing views as we flew past my. Kilimanjaro. So close to it!

Just been allocated tents and having a briefing now!

We’ll send some pics over soon!

- 26-27.03: Half of the team are helping to build Teacher accommodation and kitchens whilst the other half are on safari. Students are having an amazing experience and are working incredibly hard on their project.

Mr. Mark Atkinson, ECA Programme Coordinator and

 Rachel Stevenson, Teacher of Business Studies

- 29.03: Students from my group finished their work on the teacher accommodation. This morning they got to tour a local village and met a medicine woman. After they went straight back to work on a goat shed for a family. They also made them a smokeless stove from cow poo and set up the home with solar powered lights.

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