Tanzania: Construction Firm & Medical Team Donate to Pupils Disabilities

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The pupils with disabilities were also treated to singing by CCCC Tanzania staff members, a talent show, and a lion dance performance by the Confucius Institute at the University of Dar es Salaam.

On Tuesday, more than 50 pupils with disabilities at Kawe A Primary School, in Tanzania’s port city of Dar es Salaam, received humanitarian donations from China Construction Communication Company (CCCC) Tanzania branch.

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The pupils and their parents also received free medical consultations from the 27th Chinese medical team in Tanzania mainland.

The donations included school supplies, food, medical supplies, and wheelchairs.

The pupils with disabilities were also treated to singing by CCCC Tanzania staff members, a talent show, and a lion dance performance by the Confucius Institute at the University of Dar es Salaam.

#CCCC Tanzania Branch donated Chinese books to St. Matthews High School, covering history, literature, science, etc. ???? This promotes #culturalexchange and knowledge sharing between China and Tanzania.???? https://t.co/5T8KgAgK1r

— CCCC Tanzania (@CCCC_Tanzania) May 28, 2024

Cuthbert Mfangavo, the head teacher of Kawe A Primary School, thanked CCCC Tanzania and the 27th Chinese medical team in Tanzania for the donations that supported pupils with special needs.

“The donations we have received today and medical care from the 27th Chinese medical team will play a huge role in improving the health of the pupils, and the wheelchairs will help to ease their movement within the school compound and at their homes as well,” Mfangavo said.

Sofia Salum, a parent, said she was grateful for the donation, which will go a long way toward improving the learning environment of pupils with disabilities. 

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