Tanzania has been named the preferred field work research destination by US-based Carthage College students.
“We will come again next year,” unanimously expressed 32 students at the end of their programme played host by the Kilimanjaro Dialogue Institute (KDI) in Dar es Salaam.
Accompanied by two supervisors, including one Tanzanian, Dr. Andrea Ng’weshemi, the students constituted the second field research batch zooming on various areas, including faith, international relations and zoology. The first had 27 members.
This year the study took them through the FEZA schools network system running under Muslim management while serving students across the entire society social and religious set ups. They also visited several other schools and churches in Dar es Salaam, Arusha and Zanzibar.
In collaboration with Time to Help charitable organisation, the students called at a Dar es Salaam-based rehabilitation centre, which identifies, trains and equips vulnerable street children with tools of trade to go into productive private life.
Time to Help dag a bore hole and constructed a reservoir to end the centre’s water woes. The students promised to give more assistance.