Volunteers sought for Tanzania trip
DeKALB – Every two years, DeKalb-based Tanzania Development Support leads volunteers to Tanzania to work on construction projects that help support development in Tanzanian communities. Opportunities are still available for volunteers to join the group on a two-week Work-Study Safari to Tanzania in July 2013.
This work-study group will join Northern Illinois University’s Tanzania Study Abroad students to help the Nyegina community construct its first library and community resource center, which will serve primary and secondary students and surrounding communities.
“The people directly benefiting from the work are right beside you working as hard as you are, and so obviously pleased that you are there,” said Tracey Swanson, a member of the 2009 group. “They want to get to know you and they fully appreciate that what you are doing together will make a big difference in their lives and in their community.”
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