Camps International Blog - tanzania
As we write this post, our fantastic team is sitting on the beach with the camp fire going under the stars. We can hear them laughing and recapping some of the highlights of the trip so far, and what a trip it has been!
We have made a fantastic start to our project work in Tanzania. After meeting for the first time at Heathrow airport just over a week ago, the group of twenty students from four schools have quickly become united as one team.
Our trip to Tanzania has been incredible, satisfying, as we have had a great experience while helping the community
We started with construction of a new classroom foundation at Mbokomu School then moved to Kidia where we learned to Control; soil erosion by use of recycled sulfate empty sacks filled with sand.
Wellcome to Africa!
The Summer Season has begun and our first School Team managed to arrive safely in Tanzania.
The Team is having a fantastic time and for the last three days they have been working solidly engaged on a school project at a local school in Mbokomu Village.
We were all deeply saddened to learn of Sammy’s death 2.5.2015.He was a highly respected member of staff and a trusted employee of Camp Kenya LTD, he will be sadly missed by all of us who knew and worked with him.
Last year December 2014 we're lucky to host a group of family in one of our Tanzania Camps.The group had prepared to spend the festive season giving back to the community through our community project work.They all had a great experience and loved every single bit of their stay.Below is a testimonial story; long but worthy reading it ........
We,ve just had a fantastic week in Tanzania with the American Community School Abu Dhabi. The team was great and everyone was dedicated to give back to the community.This is what they had to say.....
We have had several community service trips through our ACS school Abu Dhabi, but this year our service trip to Tanzania with Camps International have been a truly life changing for all of us. The things we did and the experiences we had were eye-opening.
The Sports Development Expedition 2014 (SDX) in Tanzania was incredible one and everyone from the team enjoyed all aspect of the trip. Just before saying bye, they had something to share.....
Our trip has been incredible. A highlight of the week was handing over a whole team’s football kit and equipment to Bala, the village’s youth team coach.