Life in many facets in Tanzania

For Claudia Zeising, ecumenical co-worker of Mission 21 in Tanzania, 2016 was a difficult year. She had to say goodbye from afar to her father, who passed away at the age of 85.

The private ones were joined by professional challenges: In her newsletter, Claudia Zeising reports on the difficulties with the local church structures. In retrospect, however, she also discovers many good things: The HIV work has developed encouragingly, for example, a new mobile clinic is used regularly. Furthermore, three young women were able to start an education with the help of Mission 21's project work. In addition, a guest house is being planned in the village of Rungwe. New postcards from the region will be sold there.

Claudia Zeising's exciting newsletter shows the many facets of her life in Tanzania. We thank her for her commitment and wish you, dear readers, a stimulating read.

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Newsletters are personal experience reports of the international employees of Mission 21 and do not necessarily reflect the views of Mission 21.

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