Project Evaluation Team in Tanzania – Oct 27-Nov 1. 2018

Eric and a few others will be in Tanzania to evaluate and scope some projects.

Thursday, November 1, 2018 – A school entirely built by local villagers

“We just couldn’t wait for the government to build us a school,” said a village elder. “We needed to take action as our children needed to be in school.  The government has placed teachers and we are thankful for that.” This is the spirit that A Better World likes to see when helping communities. This school will

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Wednesday October 31, 2018 – Children seek education in large numbers

It was incredible as we visited several rural schools.  Villagers are not waiting for the government to build schools. They are coming together and building their own regardless of how complete or how it looks.  Government is providing the teachers. Today we visited the Majenka Primary school with 678 students and only 6 toilets.  

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018 : Another new life at Mombo Health Centre (MHC)

October 30, 2018 Most of our day was spent at the Mombo Health Centre. Our main goals today were collecting stats, engaging our students with the local doctor who does general surgery, and examining the equipment and functionality of the new operating room. An average of 170 babies are born at the MHC each month. Today a

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Monday, October 29, 2018 – Mombo Health Centre Progress

Our day began with visits to several government offices before we continued on to the Mombo Health Center where we have been improving and building facilities. The surgery department was rebuilt and furbished with new equipment. We have also constructed a mortuary (below) for the Health Centre. Death from traffic accidents are a serious problem

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Sunday, October 28, 2018 – Science Lab Opened

After arriving last night in Tanzania, we hit the road running to our first project six hours away in Mombo. A science lab for a high school has been completed and the students did some demonstrations, showing us what they have been learning. The lab at Mkomazi secondary school (below). Students showing their experiments (below).

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