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Raising Awareness for Tanzania

24 October 2016

Last Friday we celebrated our annual Tanzania Day at BISS Puxi. In order to raise awareness for the different good causes that our school supports in Tanzania, the students from both Primary and Secondary left their school uniform at home and dressed up in the flag colours of Tanzania, their favourite animal or anything related to safari.

  • Tanzania Safari Themed Dress-up Day
  • Tanzania Safari Themed Dress-up Day
  • Tanzania Safari Themed Dress-up Day
  • Tanzania Safari Themed Dress-up Day
  • Tanzania Safari Themed Dress-up Day

It was a fun day and I was again amazed with the effort that our students had put in researching  their costumes.

Although Tanzania Day is only celebrated one day per year the students joining our Tanzania Expedition have already organised various fund raising activities throughout the school year. The money raised during these activities will support the students’ charity work in the Kitefu and Imbaseni communities in Tanzania next January.

Last year our students helped to build goat sheds, smokeless stoves and install solar panels for families in need.  They met children in a local orphanage and also helped rebuild the derelict teachers’ accommodation in the Kitefu Primary School.

On behalf  of all the students, I would like to thank everyone who has already shown their support. As we have more exciting fundraising activities planned, I would also like to invite you to continue this support and keep in mind the following dates. We cannot do it without you!

  • 9 November: BISS Got Talent Show
  • 24 November: Auction of Promises

Kris Van Der Mynsbrugge, Teacher of Dutch Language and Humanities, EAL and Geography