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Teaching in Rural Tanzania

Spring 2007
Mayer Brown Article
Spring 2007 - About her time in the village of Milingano, Sarah writes: I didn't really know what I would be letting myself in for when I signed up for a three-month teaching placement in Tanzania. I had a limited experience of children, and even less of teaching. However, I had little doubt that it would be an experience of a lifetime, and that certainly proved true. I would never have imagined that I would be teaching classes of up to 160 (and survive to tell the tale!), coping without electricity, running water and other such western luxuries, or becoming so involved in local village life that I would be helping out on the farms and carrying water buckets on my head (or at least attempting to!).
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