Stone Town, Zanzibar
July 26th to August 19th 2020, 4 weeks
Stone Town in Zanzibar is a World Heritage UNESCO dedicated site. In Zanzibar, a blend of African, Arab, Persian, Indiana and European cultures form unique Kiswahili cultures rich with touristy artifacts, cuisines and beautiful beaches. Stone Town is incredibly safe. Unique intricate alleys form a network of little shops run by owners that thrive on strong local social networks. As a result Stone Town provides an excellent setting in which young youth will safely explore a wide variety of projects as they practice their Kiswahili.
Zanzibar Program Staff:
- Said H. Omar, Program Coordinator
- Anuna Mukri and Moza Said Salim, Homestay Coordinators
- Biasya and Bishuwena, Kiswahili Lab Instructors
- Suleiman Mussa, Math Lab Instructor
- Zuleikha Makame and Ali Said, Office Managers
Cross Cultural Competency
We enhance ability of our learners to engage with unfamiliar cultural norms, respect, responsibility, open-mindedness, flexibility and patience.
The math lab is facilitated by two experienced math instructors. Our learners complete forty to fifty hours of math instruction