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Tanzania Car Wash

19 september 2017

Come join us this weekend on Saturday September 23 from 11am to 3pm at the BISS Puxi Parking Lot between the Primary and Secondary School for our Tanzania Car Wash!

  • Tanzania Car Wash
  • Tanzania Car Wash

Bring your friends, family, cars, bikes and scooters for a squeaky clean day. It’s only 100RMB for cars, 50RMB for scooters and 25RMB for bikes.

All profits go towards Nord Anglia Education’s projects in Tanzania. In November some of our students are travelling to Tanzania to help the local communities. Some of the project work they will be doing is helping to build goat sheds, smokeless stoves and even install solar panels for families so that they can have access to electricity. All of this work helps these families have a source of income and also provides them with food.

The students will be involved in building the first set of classroom as well as a storeroom and kitchen. They will prepare and lay foundations, build walls, plaster classroom walls and working with Seaway’s team of Tanzanian builders guiding and teaching students, with the opportunity to learn many useful building skills such as brick laying, cement mixing, and plastering.

We are looking forward to seeing you this weekend!

Marie Ma, Mandarin Teacher