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Exciting news from Tanzania

NAE Tanzania Expeditions and SeeWay, our local charity partners, have been involved in the development of Kiwawa Secondary School in the Arumeru district of Arusha region.

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Alongside the local community, who dug the foundations for the first buildings in 2019, and local builders and carpenters, students from NAE schools have completed four classrooms, an administrative block and student toilet facilities. Due to the pandemic and the pausing of Expeditions in 2020, a science classroom, funded by the Ministry of education, is only partially completed.

SeeWay and the Headmaster of the school, Ayoub Pallangyo, are asking for assistance to help complete the lab and two resource rooms (windows, doors, plastering and painting). Therefore, on Saturday 11th June, 15 intrepid BISB students will attempt to “climb” the height of Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro in order to raise funds for the completion of Kiwawa Secondary School. 


How can you help? 

You can sponsor one of our adventurous “climbers” by pledging money to students who complete the climb. The total needed to complete the science buildings at Kiwawa is around 1.5 million Forints, so every little counts. If you are interested in sponsoring one of our students, please send an email to douglas.allan@bisb.hu. Students can sign up and sponsor at the Tanzania Team stall at the SISU Fair next week on Wednesday 25 May. 


Breaking News!

Tanzania Expeditions are starting again! BISB has provisionally reserved places for the Tanzania Expedition in February 2023!


Douglas Allan

Teacher of English, Class Tutor 7DAL