Tag Archives: Anne Justine D’Zmura

Tanzania Diary: July 11 (night)

I do not often think of my habitual insomnia as a blessing, but tonight it’s useful, just like the headlamp that lets me see the pages of my journal. I need this time to write about my memories of our … Continue reading

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Overdue recognition

My posts have been so focused on the school construction, healthcare, clean water, and agricultural projects directly implemented by Karimu (www.karimufoundation.org) that I’ve ignored a valuable partner in our last two visits to Tanzania.  But it’s time for me to … Continue reading

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