Overview

HOP recently collaborated with the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator (GHELI) at Harvard University to develop an experiential learning program focused on public health, education, and community service. This program will complement and extend traditional classroom lessons through a curriculum designed around direct experiences in public health and community development.

A pilot program will begin in the summer of 2017, with programs at the Makuyuni Primary School, Mama Na M’toto women’s group, local hospitals, and our own Kilimanjaro Kids’ Community. HOP is presently open to partnerships with schools across the country for this extraordinary opportunity for students. 

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BENEFICIARIES

  • Students at Makuyuni Primary School, Mama Na M’toto woman’s group, and the KKC

  • Local Tanzanian hospitals and communities

NEEDS

  • Experiential learning to complement classroom lessons

  • Development of life-long leaders in international community building and public health

IMPACTS

  • Students will be immersed in the culture of Tanzania

  • Students will build skills in leadership, communication, collaborative teamwork, and partnership building

  • Students will work on projects that have real and immediate impacts on local communities

Development

Pilot

2018 Programs

Itinerary

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