Der Botschafter Tansanias in Deutschland hat sich in einem Schreiben an die Robert-Bosch-Gesamtschule für das Engagement der Schule in Tansania bedankt und weitere Aktivitäten in dem afrikanischen Land empfohlen. Sein Schreiben lesen Sie im Folgenden.
Dear Dr Wilfried.
I thank you so much for the message. My staff, ms Temba did tell about your charitable activities in Northern Tanzania. Please transmit our sincere thanks to your associates and supporters. Your contributions to assist the needy is highly appreciated by the Tanzania Government. You may wish to use the experience you have gained around Arusha and Moshi in other places in Tanzania.
If it can not be inconvinient to you, I was recommending to you, for the sake of more experience on Tanzania to travel about 180 kms west of Arusha city and visit fascinating social activities of Catholic Diocese of Mbulu in Mbulu Township including one of their oldest High School called Imboru.
Philip S Marmo (Ambassador)
Im Folgenden lesen Sie den Brief, den Schulleiter Dr. Kretschmer zuvor an Botschafter Philip S. Marmo richtete.
Dr. Wilfried Kretschmer
Ambassador of the Republic of Tansania
The Robert-Bosch-Comprehensive School’s work in Tansania
at the beginning of March I had an interesting conversation with Mrs Temba from your embassy. We had an intensive dialogue about Tansania and possible ways of cooperation.
The Robert-Bosch-Comprehensive School in Hildesheim has been an UNESCO project school for over 30 years now and it is dedicated to peace education and international understanding. Therefore, the school is currently involved in the construction and following maintenance of a small medical clinic in Tansania. The building owners of this medical clinic are the Holy Spirit Sisters of the Kilari Farm near Sanya You and the mother house of this congregation is located in Mammolsheim, Germany. The Robert-Bosch-Comprehensive School in Hildesheim is the initiator of the project. This huge UNESCO-school with more than 1450 pupils has been cooperating with the Holy Spirit Sisters for 3 years now. The medical clinic in the area of the Massai of Lekrimuni is supposed to supply medical first aid. Its focus will be on the treatment of pregnant women. Furthermore, in cooperation with local initiatives from Moshi and Arusha, our goal will be educating people about AIDS and HIV in order to prevent infections, as well as taking a stand against female genital mutilation. The bare brickwork of the medical clinic has been completed. What is still in progress is the water supply as well as the sewage disposal. The medical equipment is still missing as well.
After its completion, the medical clinic will be managed and organized by the Charlotte Health Center of the Holy Spirit Sisters at the Kilari Farm. The Robert-Bosch-Comprehensive School will be a permanent supporter of their work.
We will be in our small clinic from Sunday, 22 March 2015 till 2 April 2015 with a group of 10 people and we will be planting plants on the clinic premises.
The Robert Bosch Comprehensive School in Hildesheim has already won several awards. The cooperation with our partners from Tansania is one of respect and admiration. We consider the people of Tansania our friends and we would love to develop further positive contacts to Tansania.
I would be delighted if our exchange could be intesivied.
Thank you very much for your interests in our activities.
Dr. Wilfried Kretschmer