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Factsheet of the month: August - Sulphur to control powdery mildew in cashew

Last weekend, a team of experts from the Naliendele agricultural research institute (NARI) held a seminar in Tanzania to present lectures on the prevention and control of pests affecting cashew. 195 more words


The Hadza Tribe

We spent the morning with the Hadza tribe. There are about 700 people living in Tanzania. They are also known as the “bushmen” because their homes are literally in the bushes. 514 more words


impress me

Today, I was reminded of how much I love my country. This is because elections are coming up and I visited every candidate’s website in my state. 731 more words


Emanuel Motta: I am globalbike

“Giving someone a bicycle instead of walking, is like giving wings to a bird, who couldn’t fly.”- Emanuel Motta

Emanuel Motta, otherwise known as Ema, has been helping globalbike use the transformative power of a bicycle to connect people and resources for three years. 398 more words


Zanzibar. Part I.

Zanzibar, joyau de la Tanzanie. On est surpris par les constructions aussi vétustes qu’inachevées, pensant que le tourisme aurait permis d’améliorer la situation. Les enfants jouent dehors, les hommes sont sur les chantiers et les femmes complètement voilées font le ménage et la cuisine. 306 more words


Aldo Crusher's Amazing Cityscapes

Aldo Crusher‘s illustrations just make me happy.

The Mexico City-based artist has two gorgeous series, Cosmópolis and Cosmópolis Pt.2, where he depicts cities around the world in whimsical, colorful detail. 31 more words