My 21-year-old grandson, Andrew Carnahan, is working on a project this summer with World Serve International. He is based in Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, near Mount Kilimanjaro.
But his job is to travel to villages in and around Singida, 4-5 hours south, to assess the need for clean water in an area where women and children often have to walk miles to get even impure water. The recent drought has parched the land making life more difficult for people and livestock. The pictures below tell the story.
The Dire Need for Clean Water
Views and Villages and Summits
On the Menu in Tanzania
Andrew described the food as “cheap,” and “pretty good.”