New Intern Welcomed!

Anouska Newhouse (nicknamed Nou-Nou) arrived in Tanzania to begin an internship to assist teachers in the classroom and mentor students in reading. Nou-Nou hails from Essex in a village called Kelvedon, about 50 miles from London. She recently graduated from high school receiving A level grades in Religious Studies, English Literature and History. In addition, she was a sports scholar and captained a number of Kent County hockey teams. She also headed a mental health society at school and ran a peer listening program for younger students. She plans to pursue her university studies after a gap year, which includes volunteering in Tanzania. We look forward to her presence at our school and are fortunate to have her with us.

February 23, 2021

Nou is staying with Nancy, a friend of the school, whose house is a short walk to our school. Nancy writes of Nou, 2 days after her arrival:

“Oh my goodness Nou is such a beautiful soul.. I love her😍😍 She is so polite and happy and determined.. And so smart.. We talk all the time.. She likes to learn and observe… I will love for her to excel in life especially in her career.. I tell her am proud of her and how far she has come in at such a young age… Glad she is here!”

Emmanuel Boaz, Nancy Allen, and Anouska (Nou) Newhouse