Today our group visited Mr Kitamari's farm to see a variety of permaculture projects and get an idea about the keyhole gardens we will be building later in the week. There was also an opportunity for those who were brave enough to practice holding a chicken and stirring cow manure by hand to make biofuel.
Afterwards we travelled to the Nazareti region and made a start on our permaculture project. We will be constructing fences and collecting grass to produce compost over the next two days.
In the evening the students were tasked with producing a short presentation assessing the contrast in some of the Nord Anglia global goals between Tanzania and China.
The permaculture project in Nazareti is in the same region that our students have worked in previous years. It's a really nice sense of achievement to see the completed school buildings that our 2018 graduates and current Year 13 students worked hard on being used. Better yet, it's being used as a maths classroom!!
Update from: Dr. Dave Errington, Mathematics Teacher
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