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Tanzania Permaculture Project

What? Tanzania Permaculture Project

Where? Arusha, Tanzania

When? 13-20 October 2018

Who? Year 9-12

For more information contact: Joanne Felts

The Tanzania Permaculture expedition is a life changing experience and an opportunity for your child to make a lasting impact on the local communities around Nazareti Primary School, in the Arusha district of Tanzania.

The eight days your child will spend in Tanzania will see them travel around the Arusha region, participating in a highly rewarding programme of community service, learning about sustainable development and permaculture, as well as exploring the Tarangire National Park discovering the diverse range of Tanzanian flora and fauna.

If you are interested in attending this Nord Anglia Education subsidized expedition, please contact Ms Felts