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Stories from Abroad: Teaching and Learning in Tanzania
Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020 - 13:47 in Stories from Abroad, Volunteer Abroad
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Jaqueline wanted to find a short-term service learning program in Africa that would allow her to work in the fields of health and nutrition. She found exactly what she was looking for in a nine-week program offered by Global Service Corps. She traveled to Tanzania, where she taught locals about HIV/AIDS, nutrition and the basics of sustainable agriculture. Jaqueline learned a huge amount on her service learning trip, including how to deal with the challenges of culture shock!

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A family Jaqueline met while staying in Olchorvus village.

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