It was a bright day on 12th February, 2014 for the e-readers project hosting the first visit on the New Year from UK Department of International Development (DfID) Education advisors. The DfID lead was Ian Attfield. The visitors had the opportunity of meeting students and teachers from Nganana and Nambala primary schools and shared a lot regarding the e-readers project. The education advisors are based in various African countries of Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Mozambique. They gave useful insights on the project towards sustainability and pedagogy issues.
NM-AIST lecturer and Ecolab founder, Dr. Komakech presented a proposal on de- fluoridation project, a challenge for water in Arusha and northern Tanzania. Visitors then visited a de- fluoridation site at Ngurdoto.