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February 02, 2015

Introducing our Newest Tanzania Business Sponsor

Introducing our Newest Tanzania Business Sponsor-introducing-our-newest-tanzania-business-sponsor-Medullan
Introducing our Newest Tanzania Business Sponsor
A big thanks to our newest sponsor for our service work in Tanzania: Cambridge-based digital health consultancy Medullan. Read on to learn more.
Introducing our Newest Tanzania Business Sponsor A big thanks to our newest sponsor for our service work in Tanzania: Cambridge-based digital health consultancy Medullan. Read on to learn more. A big thanks to our newest sponsor for our service work in Tanzania: Cambridge-based digital health consultancy Medullan. Read on to learn more.

Medullan is a privately-held, self-funded digital healthcare solutions firm who specializes in amazing user experience. The company has provided nimble and innovative services and products to the healthcare industry since 2005, designing and developing unique solutions for clients across the healthcare continuum.

Medullan provides the brains behind health technology innovation - by helping clients determine the best ways to engage healthcare consumers and clinicians.

Medullan is the newest sponsor of British International School of Boston's service learning project planned in Tanzania this month. Learn more about the company on their website.

Next week, a group of five BISB students and two teachers will travel to the African country for two weeks of service learning. In the first week, students will work in the country's Arusha region, volunteering at a school and working with local families to provide goats and goat sheds for food and income.

The first week is part of Nord Anglia Education's Global Classroom initiative, and will bring the BISB students together with more than 100 students from our global family of sister schools.

In the second week, the BISB group will continue on its own to a remote Maasai village near Lake Natron, where students will work with Tanzanian companies and local residents to develop a sustainable farming project at a village school. 

The students have been collecting business sponsors to help finance their service work, collecting generous donations from Boston-area businesses and BISB families.

We so appreciate all of the community support!