Arusha College

21st August, 2012

Arusha College of Tourism Management

Dear Sir, Madam:

I am a volunteer with the World Food Programme, under the auspices of Volunteer Services Overseas (VSO) and CUSO – Canada.

I support the application of Mr. Isack John Silas and his brother Mr. Moses John Silas to study English at Arusha College this September with a view to enrolling in your two year Certificate in Food Production.

The Silas’ have given much thought to their decision to undertake these studies. They are serious and they have weighed the risks. This is not an easy undertaking but they are highly motivated.
I have watched Isack at work here as a guard at the World Food Programme office, Themi Hill.  He is a quiet, mature man of thirty-five and he is dedicated and dependable.
Following in his older brother’s footsteps, Moses, twenty-one, has been working as a porter on Mount Kilmanjaro, a severe test of a young man’s perseverance and fortitude.
Please consider their request. These brothers will bring their attributes to your college and make a success of their studies.

Sincerely,

William Anthony Dawson

 

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One Response to Arusha College

  1. Susan says:

    Oh boy. Looks like you have your work cut out for you. The bureaucracy is a challenge, to say the least. You are being a real advocate for farmers, however. I hope there will be time in the next 6mos for you to establish some better communication between parties.

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