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Mwanza, Tanzania

Apart from a fleeting thought in undergrad when I wanted the job with the most travel possible, I don’t think I even envisioned myself as an international consultant. 761 more words

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Nyerere Day

Yesterday was Nyerere Day in Tanzania (named after the first Tanzanian president) so me and my family went to ‘Papa’s’ as school wasn’t on. It took an hour’s drive to get there. 74 more words

Food

A Magic spell on Rubondo Island

By Eric Frank

Rubondo Island National Park is an example of the foresight and visionary genius of late President Julius Nyerere — the man who led Tanzania to independence and onwards to become one of Africa’s leading conservation economies. 1,885 more words

Blog

Gull & Stilt

A gull in flight and a black winged stilt in the water, both looking for their meals at Makanaga swamp, Uganda.

Photography

Ottawa's Peggy Taillon and HERA: Helping to bring change to a Kenyan village

At first, it was just a puff of dust in the distance, a sign that a vehicle was headed their way.

But as the dust cloud grew, so did the excitement amongst the gathered women and children in Asembo Bay, a village of about 850 families on the shores of Lake Victoria in western Kenya. 1,009 more words

Local News

Obama made Luos Popular!

There is a cyber i love frequenting in my hometown since i’m quite a user of the Internet. About 3 months back, there was this European middle aged man who equally visited that cyber as much as i did. 959 more words

Kenya

Lake Victoria!

Greetings from Tanzania! I would do a Swahili greeting but I’m still working on that one. From my understanding, it is ‘habari’ which means hello/how are you? 446 more words

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