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Tanzania diary: July 7

“I think you don’t understand that we Africans believe white people can pick money off of trees.” Daniel Amma had been taken to the nearest Catholic hospital, several miles away, for treatment of cuts on his leg after a motorcycle … Continue reading

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Tanzania Diary: July 10

Relative to the hundreds of billions of philanthropic dollars spent every year on international development, all Karimu projects are tiny. Today, Marianne and I heard a story that made us think that small may not be bad. We were told, … Continue reading

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