Scientology Disaster Response Specialists Graduation in Tanzania

| Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 3 July 2012 |

Students at special graduation at Lord Baden Powell Memorial School in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on completion of Volunteer Minister Disaster Response Training

Graduate shares what he gained from completing Volunteer Minister Disaster Response Training at Lord Baden Powell Memorial School in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Singer Grace Paul performed an original Swahili song based on the motto of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers with students joining her in the chorus: “No matter the situation, something can be done about it."

Students at the Lord Baden Powell Memorial School in Dar es Salaam earn certificates from the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Africa Goodwill Tour.

A special graduation June 13th at the Lord Baden Powell Memorial School in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, acknowledged students who completed Disaster Response Specialist Training through the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Africa Goodwill Tour.

The training, which included basic organizational and communication skills, was delivered by a team of Volunteer Ministers from South Africa who bring their mobile training center to countries throughout Africa. Training also covered basic Scientology Assists—technology developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard that address the spiritual and emotional factors in stress and trauma.

School director Col. Kipingu Iddi Omari opened the ceremony and the students who completed the program received certificates and Volunteer Minister ID Cards identifying them as disaster response specialists.

Singer Grace Paul sang an original Swahili song based on the motto of the Volunteer Ministers, with Lord Baden Powell students joining in the chorus: “No matter the situation, something can be done about it.”

Volunteer Minister Goodwill Tour Leader Carl von Pfeil urged the students to use what they have learned to accomplish their goals: “You have learned simple truths: you can make yourself heard, you can learn anything, you can organize to accomplish what you set out to achieve. You can do something about it.”