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Getting Ready to Go to Tanzania

There is so much going on, I hardly know where to start. We’re sort of feeling under attack.

When we returned from our trip to Texas, all excited about rainwater collection, we found ourselves totally buried in the details of life, and of getting ready to travel to Tanzania. 335 more words

A little night photography

Sunday 23rd March. Driver-Guide: Felix

By now we are getting used to the routine of rising at 5.15 am, grabbing a quick drink and a biscuit and heading out into the growing dawn. 573 more words

Artwork: Mwanza Memories: “Donkey in the Living Room” -- Kersi Rustomji © Australia 2015. Copyright 2015 . All rights reserved.

From Kersi’s childhood days in Mwanza, Tanzania:

Mwanza Memories: “Donkey in the Living Room” by Kersi Rustomji © Australia 2015.  Copyright 2015 . All rights reserved… 96 more words


UN, Government and Push Mobile Join Hands to Boost Readiness on Ebola

Using SMS Technology to Save Lives

24 February 2015, DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – Today, Tanzania’s Government, the United Nations (UN) and Push Mobile, a mobile communication company providing SMS aggregation services across all the available mobile networks in Tanzania, have sealed a partnership to reach over 10 million Tanzanian mobile users with life-saving information on Ebola. 451 more words


I’ve finally cleaned up my house (to the extend that i could take a picture), the kitchen is almost finished and i’ve gotten myself to wash again after the long period of moving. 28 more words


IOM Aids Ethiopian Minors to Return from Tanzania and Yemen


IOM Aids Ethiopian Minors to Return from Tanzania and Yemen


GENEVA, Switzerland, February 27, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — IOM offices in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Yemen this week helped 125 Ethiopians – many of them unaccompanied minors – to return home from Tanzania and Yemen. 518 more words


Last post from TZ

Friday February 27, 2015The last couple days have been spent going to other orphanages. I enjoyed going to see the two orphanages I went to, and now I’m glad that I was placed at Jitihada. 455 more words