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Mystery: Sold by their families for $50k, Tanzania's albinos hacked apart by witchdoctors who believe their body parts 'bring luck'

Tanzania has the highest number of killings and attacks of albinos in Africa and trade in body parts of the special people is driven by belief that they bring luck and wealth. 999 more words

News

Upendo Face

I posted a blog the other day about Upendo Face Orphanage, but they were having technical difficulties with there website. Everything is fixed now, if you were trying to make a donation you should be able to now. 140 more words

Writing

Tanzania: Animals and crops provide mutual benefits in mixed farming

Madanji Awe holds a recently-picked maize stalk which he has stripped clean of cobs. He places the long, yellowy-green stalk into a forage chopper and pulls the cord to start the motor. 574 more words

Tanzania

love that baby...five affectionate books for big brothers and sisters

There are a lot of older-sibling ¬†stories out there riding the “babies-are-such-a-pain” train.

I am sure many of them hit the sweet spot, but honestly, in our household the new babies were warmly welcomed, kissed, doted on, sung to…most of the time, at least. 1,061 more words

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Sold by their own families for £50k: Tanzania's albinos hacked apart by witchdoctors who believe their body parts 'bring luck'

Tanzania has the highest number of killings and attacks of albinos in Africa and trade in body parts of the special people is driven by belief that they bring luck and wealth. 1,066 more words

NEWS

Why 2015 will be a game-changer for financial inclusion in India

When it comes to digital finance, India punches below its weight.

The 2014 Intermedia Financial Inclusion Insight (FII) Survey of 45,000 Indian adults found that 0.3% of adults use mobile money, compared to 76% in Kenya, 48% in Tanzania, 43% in Uganda, and 22% in Bangladesh. 811 more words