Plaster House Staff Safari


Seven members of The Plaster House team had the chance to go on safari in Tarangire over the weekend, staying at Kuro Tarangire for a couple of nights. They had the most magical experience and for many of them it was their first time seeing some of Tanzania’s most iconic animals. From groups of lions to big herds of elephants.

The team who went was made up of Jaclyne – an Occupational Therapist at the Plaster House who helps support the Children’s recovery and progress post surgery; Anna, Grace, and Joyce M & Joyce K - House Mothers who look after the children staying at the centre day and night; and two gardeners, Yohana and Paulo, who help keep the grounds nice and safe, and oversee the vegetable gardens on site that also supply the centre with much of the produce consumed there. Returning back to the Plaster House they were in such high spirits, and couldn’t stop talking about the trip.

We are so happy to be able to offer these hard working individuals the chance at a trip away, to enjoy the beauty Tanzania has to offer, and give them a bit of respite from their very demanding and vital roles at The Plaster House.

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