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Serengeti Yhayo

Dear all, we are back from our trip and, finally, the internet at the hotel is back as well! Apologies for the long silence but being connected is not something to take for granted in Africa, especially while on Safari. 300 more words

Corporate Responsibility

Swahili: On Greetings

Greetings are an ordeal here. I’m walking down the street, la dee da da, when I pass by a friend. Scratch that, it could even be an acquaintance. 760 more words


Pure Colour

In Tanzania, our group leader took us to visit a Maasai village near Kilimanjaro. That was one of the first things we did when we arrived. 95 more words

Datoga Tribe

We visited a Datoga family near Lake Eyasi. Their origins are from Sudan or the western Ethiopian highlands. Around 3000 years ago, the tribe followed the Nile south, and is now in Kenya and Tanzania. 208 more words


Tano photo Tuesday

Tumaini has 5 teeth working their way in these days! Totally unflattering picture but its hard to show them coming through a bit. He’s growing up so fast! 329 more words


August 2014 Newsletter

Greetings from The School of St. Nick in Arusha Tanzania!

Dear Friends,

All of us at TSF and The School of St. Nick hope you are enjoying your summer holidays. 658 more words

Non Profit Happenings In Tanzania

The Ice-Bucket Challenge and our power to subvert

I’ve recently seen one or two ill-judged rants about the Ice-Bucket Challenge (“IBC”) on Facebook.  Consisting of – you know, you’ve seen it – the time-worn argument that somebody in Canada (or insert the name of another developed nation) should not waste water if somebody in a country in Africa / Asia / somewhere else does not have access to safe water or even any water.  481 more words