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Standing tall as the highest mountain in Africa, you would think Kilimanjaro is used to all the attention she gets. She is the world’s highest free-standing mountain; was declared a National Park in 1973; was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1987; and even got named one of the Natural Wonders of Africa in 2013. 651 more words


Life after UPGro: an interview with Early Career Researcher, Shabana Abbas

The UPGro programme is an amazing opportunity for young researchers to get experience at the cutting edge of interdisciplinary research that is focused on tackling poverty. 1,083 more words

TGroUP: Experimenting With Practical Transition Groundwater Management Strategies For The Urban Poor In Sub Saharan Africa

Dreams of Service

Note: This was a post that I started writing when I came home from my trip to Tanzania but never finished. I was inspired to do so when… 1,592 more words

20 Days on and it's Goodbye

Arusha we didn’t know what to expect, I didn’t have high hopes to be honest, I was more excited about what might happen in Zanzibar. Arusha you were more a convenient stop on our way, a place to find our feet. 715 more words


Africa- 15 days later

Tanzania is the land of opportunities for those of lighter skin colour, because people here are willing to do anything for you, willing to give up making business to ensure you get where you need to go. 1,104 more words


Thing You Have To Do Before You Die: Safari in Ngorongoro Crater

“Nanti di Tanzania, kalian mau safari ke mana saja?” Tanya Bu Anita, pada malam perjumpaan kami di Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia (KBRI) wilayah Nairobi, Kenya. Pertemuan demi pertemuan dengan orang Indonesia dalam perjalanan, berujung membawa kami ke sebuah acara… 2,457 more words


A glimpse of safari

I never knew I would be so much into it…but when you go to a laggon where hippos are cooling themselves and chilling and then an elephant just randomly hangs out in the backround, you can’ t really help it.