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Kindergarten, Primary School, Education Center - Rural Zanzibar

Internship and Volunteering Possible
A placement in the countryside of Zanzibar is a totally different experience from a placement in town. You will be integrated into a village community and will get to know "African" rural life. We offer the opportunity for an internship or volunteer work in kindergartens, schools and educational institutions in rural areas of Zanzibar.

KINS International Kindergarten and Primary School in Kiwengwa

At KINS International Kindergarten & Primary School in Kiwengwa we can arrange internships for students of education, and volunteer assignments for teachers. Volunteering is also possible for individuals who don't have formal qualification as a teacher, but who are motivated, creative and proactive enough to support the school's lessons and extracurricular activities.
Kiwengwa Kindergarten & Primary School (KINS) is a small private, non-profit school in Kiwengwa at the East Coast of Zanzibar, around 1.5 hours to drive from Zanzibar Town. The school is located directly at the beach, just a few steps away from the Indian Ocean.
The school aims at offering a level of education of international standard. They incorporate the US and British syllabus and at the same time include alternative teaching methods to support the practical applicability of the knowledge that is taught and to stimulate the student's creativity and initiative. For instance, "themed weeks" such as "The Ocean" are implemented in which references to "The Ocean" are established throughout thel subjects taught such as maths, geography, biology, reading and English. The language of teaching is English.
Children from 2-5 years attend the KINS Kindergarten, which has one group for children from 2-3 ("nursery") and one group for children from 4-5 ("pre-school"). Children from 6-8 years of age attend Primary I and children from 8-12 attend Primary II. The different age groups are not permanently separated from each other, but sometimes they are taught together to stimulare the exchange of children of various ages.
The school is being attended by local children from the village of Kiwengwa, but also by expatriate children (particularly Italians, Germans, Americans and Brits) who live in the north of Zanzibar. It is the aim to support the individual needs and cultural variety of the students into the teaching. Also the teachers are international, there are three Zanzibari assistant teachers that are trained at the school, a teacher from South Africa, an Italian teacher and a Canadian-British teacher. Some parents of students are also teaching as volunteers for some hours.
Subjects taught include English, Maths, Geography, Biology/Natural Science, Reading and Sports.
Volunteers/Interns support the KINS teachers during classes, but can also teach on their own if they are able to do so and if they stay for long enough.
The daily hours are from 8am to 1pm. It is planned to extend the hours to around 3pm, offering an "After School Club", which should feature outdoor games, arts projects, sports activities, dance etc.
Volunteers and interns should be proactive, create and motivated. They don't necessarily have to be qualified teachers or students of education. Volunteers with skills in music, dance, sports, acrobatics, arts etc. can also carry out workshops for the students. Those who want to support the further development of the school can also volunteer, e.g. architectural planning and design (it is planned to build a new school building), Social Media Marketing, Design of School Uniforms etc.
The school is closed for vacation from May to middle of June and for one week during Christmas.

Community Primary School in Muungoni

Muungoni is a typical small Zanzibar village where there are no tourist hotels. It is located in the south of the island at the road connecting Zanzibar Town with the south-east coast (Paje, Jambiani, Michamvi) and south-west coast (Kizimkazi) and is therefore, very well connected by public transport. One reaches town in 40 minutes and Paje in 25 minutes. The largest mangrove areas of Zanzibar, which are part of the Jozani Forest Chwaka Bay National Park, are located between Muungoni and the island of Uzi.
As there was no public school in the village of Muungoni, children from Muungoni had to attend the school of the neighbouring village, Kitongani. For this reason, a local initiative of citizens from Muungoni founded a community-run primary school. The teachers of this school are all villagers who were trained by Mr. Mohammed, a professional teacher. Mr. Mohammed is also fundamentally financing the school, using funds raised through his eco tourism project "ZALA Park" (50% of the profits made at ZALA Park go to community projects at the village, with the biggest part going to the primary school). Unfortunately the revenue is little and is seasonally fluctuating, so that the salary of the teachers is only around 20-40 USD/month. The school is lacking the most basic supplies.
There are now two school buildings at two locations in the village. One is for children aged 4-6 (the teaching hours are from 8am to 1pm) and the other one is for children from 7-10 (teaching hours from 8am to 4pm).
A placement at the community primary school of Muungoni can be combined with a placement at ZALA Park.
To get a better idea of an insert in a rural kindergarten in Zanzibar, you can also read the reports in "More Info".
Pack for a Purpose
You can also support this project through Pack for a Purpose that we are proud members of. Pack for a Purpose is an initiative that allows travelers like you to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and bring supplies for area schools or medical clinics in need, you'll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families. Please click here to see what supplies are needed for our project/projects.
Info Box
Location: Nungwi or Muungoni, Zanzibar
Availability: All year, Start date flexible
Minimum Duration: Muungoni: 1 Week; KINS: 1 month, shorter duration possible for workshops
Maximum Duration: 12 Months
Language Requirements: English
Further Languages Of Advantage: Swahili
Jozani Forest Camp, Host Family in Mungooni; KINS: House at the beach
Supervision Possible: Yes
Qualification Of Supervisor: Teachers
Minimum Qualification Of Intern:
No formal qualifications required
Further Contribution To Project: None
Volunteering Possible: Yes
Required Qualification For Volunteer: None
Further Contribution To Project: None
Professional Conduct, Do you have the "right" attitude?

Video about the School of Muungoni



Read more:

  • Image Gallery and Report of Iris and Laura in Muungoni
  • Report (PDF, 267kb) - Teaching in Muungoni - Sabrina
  • Report (PDF, 859kb) - Kindergarten/Teaching in Rural Areas of Zanzibar - Katie
  • Report (PDF, 502kb) - Kindergarten/Teaching in Rural Areas of Zanzibar - Nicola
  • Image Gallery Excursion in Jozani Forest, Butterfly Centre, ZALA Park, MOTO/DADA on Facebook

Report by Patricia, at Umoja Centre

Its almost four weeks now since I've settled in the great Nungwi. Even if they say that Nungwi is a small village, it appears relatively large, because the paths are unknown and somehow all look the same. Nevertheless, after a short familiarisation time, we find our way very well. I work from Monday to Friday at a school, at which I give two English courses for adults and young people every day. In the morning and forenoon, I also supervise the first class school. Furthermore, I take physical education for the first and second classes and I will also direct the swimming course for the Umoja Education Centre from November. Both work with the children, as well as adults, is super informative and a great way to get in touch with locals.
After a while a lot of people recognize us and you will be less considered as a tourist and accepted more as fellow citizens. Slowly, I can also speak some sentences with the locals, which again increases the acceptance here. Overall, I can say that I got what I hoped for. It is a time, which can be tiring, very educational and also gratifying in certain moments.

Accommodation in Matemwe



Mother Nature Coastal Conservation Camp in Matemwe
Accommodation for volunteers is at the Mother Nature Coastal Conservation Camp in Matemwe. The camp is just a 3 minutes walk from one of Zanzibar’s best paradise beaches where also
marine turtles nest. The site was designed based on the philosophy of permaculture and sustainable building in order to conserve and revive biodiversity and nature on the site.
There are eight fully furnished tents that have two bunk beds each. Tents can be booked for twin or four-share occupancy. Each tent has has lockable clothing storage for each volunteer, a small fridge per tent, fan, electric light and electricity outlets, incl. USB. All tents are under a solid thatched roof on an elevated wooden platform, designed in rustic African style. Mosquito nets are provided. We try to separate the bed occupancy by gender, however we cannot guarantee this, depending on varying booking numbers of males and females.
Sanitary installations are available in a building between the tents and shared among the participants - encompassing six showers with solar-heated hot and cold water and six environmentally-friendly evapotranspiration toilets. The solar heater is backed up by an electric heater during rainy season.
Communal areas (for meals, project work, leisure time) include the covered roof-top and the terrace of the main building. Meals are prepared by our two chefs at a fully equipped restaurant kitchen, adhering to international hygiene standards. There is chilled drinking water from a water filter machine. The office can be used by volunteers for computer-based assignments. There is also a sun-bathing lawn with two small ponds and an outdoor splash shower for refreshment. Free unlimited Wifi and a washing machine are provided. There is 24 hours security. Valuables can be stored at a safety deposit box.
In cooperation with our permaculture expert, we have designed a system trying to optimize the use of water as much as possible. We collect rainwater from the roofs that is used for instance as a backup for the showers. All greywater is filtered and used for our plants. We make use of an evapotranspiration toilet system, which is an on-site sanitation system for the biological treatment and reuse of blackwater as a fertilizer to our banana grove.

Accommodation in the Jozani Forest area

Volunteers at our Mother Nature Environmental Conservation Program in the wider Jozani Forest area are staying at the World Unite! Jozani Forest Camp or with host families of simple standards in the village of Muungoni.


World Unite! Jozani Forest Camp

Just next to Jozani Forest National Park in southern Zanzibar you will find our World Unite! Jozani Forest Camp on a natural forest ground. Using a mountain bike, you can easily reach all placements in the area.
There are three comfortable large safari tents, which are shared by a maximum of 6 participants, each featuring 3 bunk beds with mosquito nets. The tents are on platforms and covered by a solid wooden thatched roof,  protecting the tents from rain and sun. There is a solid bathroom with a hot shower and a separate toilet attached to each tent.
Next to the tents there is a large terrace, serving as communal space, covered by a large sail that provides protection from sun and rain. It is a space for everyone to relax, work, and enjoy the meals. The kitchen is catering for three meals per day. There is a drinking water outlet at the kitchen.
The tropical garden of the World Unite! Forest Camp has a lawn for sunbathing and a refreshing small pool.
Volunteers can make use of a washing machine.
Ecological aspects were of great importance when building the World Unite! Forest Camp. All illumination and the mobile phone chargers we provide are solar-powered. The hot water of the showers comes from solar water heaters. We use high-tech compost toilets.


Host Families in Muungoni

Accommodation in Muungoni is usually in a small house of simple traditional standards, on the grounds of the Zala Park. This has a bedroom, bathroom and a lounge. The bedroom has 2 beds with mosquito nets; the windows are equipped with mosquito nets and metal bars for protection. The bathroom has a flush toilet and a cold shower with running water. The lounge has a table, book shelves, chairs, and a view of the park. The house, like most houses in Muungoni, do not have electricity; it is possible to charge phones, laptops, etc. in the house in the neighborhood, belonging to Park Head Mohammed, where there is electricity. The food is cooked by Mohammed's wife, Mariam and brought you; there is Zanzibarian food like chapati, rice, beans, spinach, fish, Pilau, etc. You can also learn how to prepare these dishes from Mariam. There are always many children and neighbors outside and around the house, as is common in Africa; so, you need not have any anxiety about not finding connections with people. You will soon find yourself part of the village community! There are employees and security guards from Zala Park, watching over the household day and night. If we have two participants of the same sex, you share a room; we would inform you of this in advance.
If required, we can also organize accommodations of simple standards with host families in the village of Muungoni. Please be aware that there are only simple standards in the village; the houses usually have no electricity or running water. Water must be fetched by bucket from a well. For participants who are looking for an experience of rural Africa, Muungoni is a perfect place.

Accommodation in Kiwengwa

In Kiwengwa you will be accommodated at a house near the beach.


House in Kiwengwa

Accommodation in Kiwenga is at a house at walking distance to the school, and only a one minute's walk to the beach. The main road of Kiwengwa is also at walking distance from the house, which has several small local shops and restaurants and a pharmacy.

You will typically be accommodated in single rooms at a cost of 15 USD per day. The house has 4 rooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and is shared with the local teachers and other volunteers/interns.

I. World Unite! Service Package

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The World Unite! Service Package includes:

  • Individual Consultation and Preparation prior to your arrival
  • Access to the World Unite! Online Resource Centre which has Preparation Materials including Intercultural Preparation, compiled particularly for your destination (PDFs, Videos)
  • Preparation Session via Skype, together with further participants
  • Arrangement of your Residence Permit, Work Permit or similar permit and other official permits (if required), but not the official government fees for it/them (See costs below)
  • Pick-up and Transfers from/to Zanzibar International Airport (ZNZ) on arrival and departure to/from Nungwi/Muungoni
  • Muungoni: In case of accommodation at the Mother Nature Forest Camp: Use of a mountain bike
  • Personal support staff at your location and at our international office
  • Orientation and Introduction in Zanzibar
  • Accompanying you to your placement on your first day
  • 24 Hours emergency support by local support team
  • 50 USD Contribution to your project
  • Costs for 10 seedlings of indigenous trees that we plant on the slopes of Kilimanjaro
  • Local SIM Card with 10.000 TSH air time
  • Issuance of Confirmations/Certificates for your university, scholarship, insurance, etc. and filling out/signing Internship Contracts for your university
  • 15% Discount for Safaris, Kilimanjaro Climbs, Excursions and Watersports Activities offered by "Budget Safari Tanzania"


The Rates do NOT include:

  • Accommodation and Meals (see below)
  • Travel to/from Zanzibar (you book it on your own; we can assist you)
  • Official fees for Visa, Residence Permit, Work Permit (see below)
  • Insurance (Travel Health Insurance, Liability Insurance, Travel Cancellation insurance; you book it on your own, we can assist you)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Vaccinations
  • Local Transport (Estimated amounts see below)
  • Please note that for supervised/mentored internships, some organizations charge further contributions. You find this information in the "Info Box" below the respective internship description.

II. Accommodation Costs

In Muungoni: Host family on full board (single or double room, simple standard) or bed in a fully furnished 6-person tent in the Mother Nature Forest Camp: EUR 20/night
KINS: Single room USD 250/month in the volunteer house on the school premises. (Incomplete months are calculated exactly to the day), without meals (kitchen can be used)
* Full board = Breakfast, lunch, dinner (not incl. industrially bottled beverages). On the arrival day, lunch and dinner are included. On the departure day, breakfast is included.
In case of 3-4 person: Same rate as in case of 2 Persons. 5 or more persons: Contact us for group rates.

Overview of other costs:

  • If meals are not included: around 130-220 USD/Month for self-catering (eating out at affordable yet good restaurants and/or cooking by yourself; you are much more flexible in this way compared to if we would serve food at your accommodation)
  • Official Permits: For placement duration of up to 90 days: Visa 250 USD (for most nationals; to buy on arrival at the airport in Tanzania) + Work Permit 200 USD (we arrange through Zanzibar Labour Office); For placement of 91-180 days: twice the costs as in case of up to 90 days
  • Small local expenses (e.g. Internet, local transport): around 30-50 USD/Month (Estimate)
  • Insurances around 30-50 USD/Month


How do I pay?

Once all your questions have been answered and you confirm that you want to participate, we will email you an invoice. You can pay it via bank transfer, credit card or via Paypal. You will pay a deposit of 200 EUR / 250 USD when the invoice is issued. One months prior to your arrival you will pay the remainder for your Service Package.
The payment modalities for rent and possible further costs (e.g. internship supervision fees, as stated in info box of the respective project description) depend on your host country and placement. We will inform you beforehand. In many cases these costs are paid on site, but for some countries and placements they need to be paid partially or fully in advance.

Other Projects That Might Interest You:

These projects are suggestions for alternatives that may interest you or those that could be chosen as COMBINATIONS. The combination of projects in different organizations is often possible and usually cheaper than two individual bookings. Please contact us to know more! Check out our other listings in the areas of "World Learner" and "Active Travel" at your travel destination to make your stay even more interesting.

Safaris, Kilimanjaro Climbs, Day Trips, Watersports

budgetsafaribannerAs "Budget Safari Tanzania" we are arranging cost-effective yet high-quality safaris, Kilimanjaro climbs, excursions, and watersports activities in Tanzania and Zanzibar. You will group with other World Unite! participants and further travellers.
As a World Unite! participant, you get a 15% discount on all offers of Budget Safari Tanzania. We will share a Discount Code with you that you can use with the online booking of your safari, Kilimanjaro climb, excursion or watersports activity.

Learning Swahili in Sansibar!

Swahili TeacherIt is always helpful to know Swahili while doing your project here. Swahili is a relatively easy language to learn. With our one-to-one teacher, after a short time, most learners are able to do basic conversation. You can choose the intensity of the lesson. If you are volunteering or doing an internship, we recommend a maximum of ten hours per week. 
The cost for Swahili lessons: 1 Student - 10 EUR
Groups of 2 or more people can join language lessons with an NGO at a rate which is a little cheaper per person!
Please check "Language Training Required" in the registration form, specifying the desired duration (minimum 20 hours).

Travel Health Insurance

We recommend the following travel insurance that is meant specifically for participants of internships, volunteering, language study, working holiday, and courses abroad. It is available for travelers of all nationalities and usable for all countries, except your home country. You can also add a liability and travel cancellation insurance.
Just click on the link, fill in the form and you will get an immediate booking confirmation.
Travel Health Insurance


Nungwi is a village on the northern tip of Zanzibar and one of the places where the beach tourism began, about 20 years ago. The difference between low tide and high tide here, is the lowest of all Zanzibar, which makes the beaches of Nungwi and Kendwa especially popular with tourists. There are luxury hotel facilities and small, local backpacker accommodations and especially during the season, tourist "Nightlife" with several bars along the beach. There are also several diving and water sports centers. The turtle conservation station at the lighthouse is a popular tourist attraction. The snorkeling and sunset cruises on a dhow, the traditional sailing ships of the Indian Ocean, which are built in Nungwi on the beach, are also popular. Since especially during the season many tourists walk through the village, many residents of Nungwi try to benefit from it through small shops for tourists, selling products and offering their services for tours.


Muungoni is a village in the south of the island, where there is no tourism except for the few visitors to the "Zanzibar Land Animal Park" by teacher Mohammed; this is probably because this is away from white sandy beaches and large mangrove areas of the coast. Most residents of Muungoni are fishermen or farmers and little has changed in their lives over the past hundreds of years. Here, you can still get to know a part of original rural Zanzibar. By being accommodated in the village, you are in the middle of their living and will be warmly integrated in the village society. The mangrove areas are the largest of Zanzibar and part of the Jozani Forest Chwaka Bay National Park; they are of priceless ecological value.
The village lies on the road connecting the capital, Zanzibar Town, and the tourist beaches of the south-east coast (Paje, Jambiani, Michamvi) and the West Coast (Kizimkazi). Due to the excellent connection by the public transport system of Zanzibar, the area is 40 minutes by Daladala from the city and 25 minutes to Paje.
Please watch the video, "Faces of Muungoni", which was created by our volunteer, Iris from Hamburg:

Getting To Zanzibar

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Several airlines fly directly or with an intermediate stop at Zanzibar (ZNZ). Remember to book your flight and share with us your flight details. From Zanzibar airport, we will pick you up and bring you to your accommodation in Zanzibar.
If the flights to Dar-es-Salaam (DAR) are much cheaper, you can also fly there. From Dar-es-Salaam, you can travel to Zanzibar by a connecting flight or take the ferry. We can arrange a transfer for you from the airport to the ferry for 30 EUR/35 USD. The ferry ticket costs 35 USD and the ferry takes about 2 hours. We will take you in this case from the airport to the seaport. In Zanzibar, you will be picked up at the ferry terminal and taken to your accommodation. A connecting flight from DAR to ZNZ only takes 20 minutes and costs 50-80 USD.
If your placement is on Pemba Island, you can either take a daily flight from Zanzibar to Pemba, or you can take a ferry (Azam Marine), which however doesn't have daily departures. In Pemba you will be picked up from the airport or ferry port and brough to your accommodation.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Are there fixed start dates for the project, which I must adhere to?
No, you can arrive at any date and you can hence, plan your trip according to your availability and the prices of flights. We can pick you up from the airport even at night.
Can I stay longer at my accommodation after my volunteering/internship or arrive earlier?
Yes, this is possible and we will give you our best rates. Just let us know when you arrive and leave and we will let you know the costs.
During my stay, can I travel around the country?
Zanzibar is a relatively small island, and you can use public transport during the weekends to travel throughout the island; such as to the beaches of the north and east. In Moshi and Zanzibar, we ourselves often offer day trips, such as to Kilimanjaro or the national parks, for which you can join other volunteers and interns when you travel there. We share these trips with you in our monthly subscriber list and you can book them. Participants often organize on-site travel together. In Moshi and Zanzibar, you can stay at the same low rates as our Zanzibar or Moshi participants in accommodations provided by us. If you plan to travel during your volunteering/internship period, you should seek permission in advance. We recommend that you plan your travel after your volunteering/internship. For this, you can also stay longer in your accommodation at affordable rates.
Is it safe to travel in Zanzibar alone as a single female traveller?
Approximately 80% of our participants are female and many of them, only about 20 years old. Not a single instance of a serious security breach has occurred. Our coordinator will advise you on how you should conduct yourself in order to avoid problems - your dressing style, valuables, and in dealing with local men. Our preparation materials elaborate on this matter. If you follow these basic rules that apply equally to many other places, the risk in Zanzibar is not great.
Will I be the only volunteer/intern in the project or in Zanzibar?
The total number of participants that participate simultaneously with an organization depends on the size and activity of the organization and responsibilities of volunteers/interns. We try to avoid too many volunteers/interns in an organization at the same time. It may be that you are alone in your work site, but usually there are, throughout the year, other participants in Zanzibar, who you can meet in your spare time, if you desire so. Zanzibar Town is a small town, where you walk around quite a bit. In addition, there are well-known places such as the Forodhani Gardens, where you actually meet other participants. If you are in a different place (Nungwi, Mungooni, etc.), the probability is higher that there are more participants from us. You can access these places relatively quickly by public transport from Zanzibar Town, if you want to meet other participants of your country over the weekend. We also have regular meetings with all participants and you will get a list of participants who are in the country, with their contact information. You need not be concerned that you are "alone" in Zanzibar, nor must you stay away from the locals because you spend all your time with other foreign participants.
What vaccinations do I need?
Our Info-PDF that you get as a participant, gives detailed information on health care. Also refer to Recommended Vaccinations
Where do I live?
Please find details in the tab "Accommodation".
Can I choose my accommodation?
We give you choices (Most popular!, Comfort +, Adventurer) and you can tell us if you prefer a shared accommodation or homestay; we will then seek an accommodation for you. We organise accommodation, taking into consideration the distance from your work site. However, since Zanzibar is not a very big town, is relatively easy to reach locations in other parts of the city by public transport ("Daladala") or by bike.
How free or bound am I in my accommodation with the host family?
With the host family, you can have your freedom, and do not need to join them during meal times or have any other obligations. If you will return late in the evening, you need to let them know in advance, so that they can unlock the doors for you (which are locked at night for security reasons). Bringing home casual acquaintances is taboo. They look to integrate our participants into their family life, but you can determine to what extent you want to be part of it.
Does my accommodation have internet facilities?
In Tanzania, Internet is accessed via the mobile phone networks. With smartphones, you can use the Internet. For laptops, there are USB modem sticks for about 10 EUR. There are no flat rates; you use data packets, depending on your needs. You might consume 2 GB of data in a week, which costs about 4.50 EUR. In the centers of cities (Moshi Town, Dar-es-Salaam, Mwanza, Zanzibar Town, Karatu, etc.), the connection is good, the speed is satisfactory and sufficient for Skype phone calls. In the suburbs and in the country, there is connection, but usually almost impossible or very slow and unreliable. We will provide you information on the use of mobile Internet in Tanzania.
How can I do my laundry?
In general, laundry is washed by hand in Tanzania. You can ask your landlord or host family if they have someone who can wash your clothes. Usually, someone offers that to you for a small fee. Please ask your local supervisor, what the appropriate thing to do is.
I am a vegetarian. Can I get vegetarian food?
Host families are familiar with participants who are vegetarians and prepare appropriate food. In some restaurants in Zanzibar Town, there are vegetarian options. In the market, there are a wide variety of vegetables and fruits. Special dietary needs (e.g. Vegan, allergies to certain foods) can be specified to the host families.
What language skills do I need?
You should be able to make yourself understood in English. The national language of Tanzania is Swahili, but knowledge of English is widespread, especially among people who have a better education or work in tourism. In everyday life, there is usually no problem to be able to communicate in English; if you should come across someone who can not speak English, you can almost immediately find someone who offers to translate in English. If you are in a social project for a longer duration, you will have to deal with people who have little or no education. For this, it is useful to acquire at least a basic knowledge of Swahili before your arrival through any book (or audio CD). You can also take basic Swahili lessons while on site. We also have vocabulary lists with useful words that can help you.

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