In July 2011 we received two groups from Belgium.
Several students were selected to interact with these tourists.
The results were a rich, exciting and learning adventure!
Their Day to Day activities are published in
The Go-Minus 26 Tourist groups:
The Joker Family Groups:http://protsstudents.blogspot.com/2011/06/138.html
We also maintain special blog pages for each student.
These pages are used to publish the progress of our students.
Below are the link to the individual pages for the Go-Minus 26 - 2011 students.
Please visit the when you have a moment.
Frank Gabriel Mshana: http://protsstudents.blogspot.com/2011/03/30.html
Hassan Mpendu: http://protsstudents.blogspot.com/2011/03/25.html
Sia William Masuki: http://protsstudents.blogspot.com/2011/04/114.htmlWe have allocated this page to photos from the two trips.
Most of the photos don't need explanations! Enjoy!
Above: The tour leader Marijke, a.k.a Chocomama giving a briefing as to what to expect, to do and how to do it. She also recommended the "Leader of the Day" system whereby each student will be responsible for preparations and briefing for the next day's activities. This was every student will have an opportunity to learn and experience the leadership skills.
Joker Family Tours.
This is a special group of family members who are bracing themselves to come to Tanzania and interact with local people and PROTS Students.
We will use this page to keep you up to date with the progress of their special cultural experience.
This is a special group this year:
it’s a family-trip:
the ages of the members are totally different:
There will be children and adults with too:
Peter (51y) & Ilse (44y) (daddy & mom) and the children:
Wannes (17y), Seppe (14y), Robbe (12y)
Lieve (52y) & Marc (53y) (couple)
Bart (23y) & Anouchka (21y) (couple)
Marc (46y) - Tour leader.
Marc - Tour Leader.
Above & Below: Sunday 17th July 2011 - The Tourists and the PROTS Students on their way to Sapuk, they stopped by the school to give pole to Mr. Izoba, the Traininer who was suffering from Malaria and Typhoid!
Above: Herry. Sia and Hassan all smiles as they gear themselves up to hike to Sapuk! I'm like "I told you, this is a great job!" and they go like "You are damn right, Izoba!"
Above: There they go!
Below: Hans Makiluli, Graduate.
Hans traveled with Marc in his previous trip to Tanzania. He will be joining the group on some of the days.
Below are students who will be joining the group and their personal details will be published soon.
Sia William Masuki, Student.
Heri Ahmed Seleman, Student.
Above: Heri is among our students we consider mature. He is cool and a very responsible person. No wonder he has been given a supervisory role of the other students in his group.
Hassan Mpendu, Student.
Mr. Hassan has been a very close Office Assistant for the past four months and he has displayed a great deal of diligence and dependability. We are happy to have him on this trip as it will equip him the field experience he needs.
Frank Gabriel Mshana, Student.
We are still waiting for the Photos from Frank & Marc the tour leader who are now in Zanzibar!