Monthly Archives: September 2011

Shambani

Our first shamba (farm) visit was a fifteen-minute walk along Tabora‚Äôs rust-colored paths, passing the ever-present sisal plantations and acres of maize along the way. Our guide Rashidi boasted of his diversity of crops-mchicha (leafy greens), tomatoes, sugar cane, okra, … Continue reading

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Successes and Obstacles

We’ve had a few ups and downs since we returned to Tabora. We continue to battle with illness. On Monday we were all feeling pretty ill, especially Ros, and today I got more sick than I have been since I … Continue reading

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Back Again

The Tabora Project team is currently spending the second night of their bi-weekly stay in Korogwe and have enjoyed the longest, hottest, most relaxing bathing experiences they’ve had in two weeks. Unfortunately, the pleasantry of their visit was dampered somewhat … Continue reading

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