Going on the trip has changed how I look at this group and everything that we’ve been doing. Walking through the village, seeing people’s homes, hearing their concerns just enforces the feelings I had coming into this group that we are doing good work.

The thing I was most pleased with out of the whole week was when a man came in and said that he would love to hold discussions like the ones we were leading. We left them with copies of all our notes, and everything that we said in the presentations. I think that the best way for us to leave a lasting change given our limited resources is to inspire people in Tanzania to educate themselves and each other.

Finally, if I learned one thing this trip its that you can never trust a dog with dreads.

–Danny B.

Our unofficial trip mascot -- "Dread Dog"


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