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Tanzania diary: July 6

We are now a few days past the point when some of the Karimu volunteers began to weary of the blandness and monotony of our diet. It may be a bigger issue for the adults than for the teenagers, to … Continue reading

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Women’s work

Karimu‘s first project in Dareda Kati Village, in 2008, was the renovation of Ufani Primary School. Gradually, as a few years went by, we became involved in other projects which had nothing to do with education. This was partly because … Continue reading

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Tanzania Diary: July 8

When Tumaini Munisi showed her fuel-efficient stoves to Marianne and me last year, we were intrigued. If Tumaini and the nine other village women who were her partners could sell their stoves to most of the families in Dareda Kati, … Continue reading

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Tanzania Diary: July 7 (afternoon)

This afternoon’s work on the new bridge supplied plenty of evidence of why the village needs it so badly. I saw an old woman make it across the existing bridge only because Etelle Stephan, one of our high school volunteers, … Continue reading

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