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For over 30 years ARCC Programs has offered extraordinary service and adventure programs for teenagers in some of the world’s most spectacular locations.We are extremely proud of the lasting impact that generations of ARCC students have had on the people and the communities we visit and volunteer in throughout the world. Along the way we meet the tree-climbing lions of Lake Manyara National Park, wildebeests and birds of every feather, and indigenous hunter-gatherer tribes surviving as they have for 100,000 years. We have a long history in Tanzania and have been working with Mama Caroline and the children at Econef for a number of years. Tanzania is marked by the highest and lowest points of Africa, and The Road Less Traveled hits them all. Lush, protected biospheres and the bleakness of deforestation.We prepare it with stew over a fire we started with our own hands. We join in the joy of Swahili song and admire the resolute strength of AIDS orphans. Econef is an independant non-governmental organization that is based in Northern Tanzania.And advocates say you can’t address child marriage without addressing this practice.On the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar, hundreds of households too poor and remote to have access to the electrical grid are getting low cost solar power for the first time, from a group of local female engineers trained by and Indian NGO.
We do our own foraging in local markets for corn, cassava, and millet – key ingredients for . We ran our first Tanzania program back in 2007, and have been enjoying the wild and scenic country ever since.While en route, they ended up being three cars behind a fatal crash in Arusha, according to The Citizen, a Tanzanian newspaper.“It’s one of the most emotional things I’ve ever been involved in,” said Steve Meyer, co-founder and president of the STEMM board.While the missionaries don’t typically visit the country in May, they decided to go in honor of the group’s 20th anniversary.The next day, the group visited the three in the hospital. Steve King worked to secure visas and passports, Meyer said.It was then, Meyer says, that the missionaries realized the children's best chances for recovery was going to be receiving medical attention in the United States. And the Samaritan’s Purse International Relief offered to fly the group from Tanzania to Sioux City.