Sharpening our Shamba Skills: Sustainable Agriculture Training at BCC

While our young adults and staff at Moshi Centre have no shortage of enthusiasm about the shamba, they lacked the tools and the expertise to begin to professionalize the farm and increase our output. In order to help the shamba become an income generating project, BCC needed to bring in the experts!

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First Therapy Week at BCC!

Recently, BCC held its first ever independent Therapy Week. Thirteen BCC clients and their caregivers came to a BCC facility in Moshi for a week of individual assessments, new therapy techniques, and community. The week was organized by Sister Woinde, BCC’s occupational therapist who started working with BCC in October. She studied occupational therapy at…

Profile: Victoria Urassa

Victoria (Vicky) Urassa is BCC’s Accountant and Young Adult Coordinator and has been a fantastic recent addition to the BCC team in Moshi. Growing up in Lyamungo Village, about 25 kilometers from Moshi, Victoria attended Lyamungo Primary School. She decided early in her education that she wanted to pursue an accounting degree, with encouragement from…

Collaboration, Participation, and Giving

By Alex Bailey Earlier this month, a partner organization of BCC called Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) hosted a two-day training for BCC staff and pastors. The objectives of the training were threefold: to educate staff about child development and disabilities such as cerebral palsy, better positioning and feeding techniques for children with…