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Tanzania Expedition

Each year, students from NAIS Pudong travel to the Nord Anglia Education Global Expeditions Centre in Tanzania to participate in ongoing service work.

The expedition provides practical hands-on experience of working with other students from the Nord Anglia Education family of schools worldwide to assist another community in need, helping to develop future global leaders who want to make a difference in the world.

In 2017, our Year 12 students embarked on the 10-day trip during which they completed important projects at both a community school and for local families. At the school, students assisted in the construction of teachers’ accommodation, built desks and chairs and taught and interacted with the local students. Despite challenging conditions which saw them working in heavy rain, they completed much-needed goat sheds for local families which, along with the gift of a goat, provide an important and long-term source of food as well as financial opportunity.

 

 

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    Community Projects 2016

    Over the course of their expedition to Tanzania, students from NAIS Pudong worked on community projects, such as installing solar panels and building goat sheds for local families.

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    School Project 2016

    During their expedition to Tanzania, students from NAIS Pudong worked to improve conditions at a local school; helping to construct accommodation for teachers, and building desks and chairs for students.

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    Going on safari and experiencing the majestic beauty of Tanzania was a highlight of the expedition, with students even spending a night under the vast starry African sky.