L-R: Pidge Morgan, Godparents for Tanzania (G4TZ) staff photographer; Tajieli Paulo, G4TZ college student training to be a Montessori kindergarten teacher; Pastor Yotham Baha, our full-time Tanzania Program Coordinator. Photo taken during annual student interviews in Karatu, Tanzania, June 2009. Tajiele has since graduated and is now a certified Montessori teacher.
L-R: Thomas Massawe, studying for Bachelor of Tourism at Sokoine University, serving here as translator; Pastor Dwayne Westermann, president of Godparents for Tanzania, interviewing a secondary school student. Photo taken during annual student interviews in Karatu, Tanzania, June 2009.
Pastor Dwayne Westermann, President of Godparents for Tanzania, being led into the village of Lositete (a Maasai village) by village children after being greeted on the road. The visit was for the purpose of inspecting progress on a new primary school building being supported by Grace Lutheran Church, Winchester, VA. July 2011.
Diane Giessler and Karen Mayer tasting food that had just been prepared in pot over open fire in Papua New Guinea. It consisted of Taro, sweet potatoes cooked in coconut cream.
Suzanne, Matt and Danielle (VA Synod Youth) who traveled to Papua New Guinea in 2008 with Bishop Mauney and the Virginia Synod delegation -- with kids from Bethel congregation in Kimbe, W. New Britain Province, PNG.
Far left, Ann Mitchell from Holy Trinity, Lynchburg with arm around Mary Tankulu’s mother. Diane Giessler being introduced to Rose Kidabing’s (former President of Women for our partner district) husband who was the chairman for their Good Shepherd Congregation in Bialla.
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