HOPAC’s 10th Annual Service Emphasis Week (SEW) – Team DAIL!
DAIL is a Korean NGO that works in an impoverished community near HOPAC in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. They run a foundational school for a number of the students in the community, where several of the twelfth grade HOPAC students volunteer throughout the year. For SEW, a team of HOPAC students organized a “summer camp” of sorts, with games, singing, crafts, dancing, and other fun activities for the students at the DAIL Hope community school. HOPAC’s second grade class came for an hour each day to assist with crafts and join in our daily dance parties. The entire week was Easter-themed, so on Monday, students painted a cross, then on Tuesday, created a resurrection scene, and on Wednesday, traced their hands, then wrote “Jesus died for me because He loves me” on the hands. The culmination of the week was Thursday’s party. The party was packed with games like Limbo, the Hokey Pokey, a dance battle, tug-of-war, football, Simba Simba Chui (aka. Duck Duck Goose), and more!
To see about 150 more photos from our incredible week with the kids from the DAIL Hope school, click here!