Monthly Archives: November 2012

Back In Tabora At Last

written 11/29 I’ve spent part of the last three days going out and having conversations with people in Tabora about nutrition and am gaining a much better concept of what the word “nutrition” means to people and how much they … Continue reading

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Village Meeting in Magoma

written 11/24 As mentioned in the last blog post, we had our village meeting in Magoma, where half of the PCs got to celebrate Thanksgiving together. Compared to Tabora, Magoma is the land of luxury and affluence. It is a much … Continue reading

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Indiegogo Campaign Up and Running!

As I’ve already mentioned, I’ve been working on setting up a Kickstarter campaign to raise the last bit of my fundraising. It’s all set up, complete with the promised video full of shots of Tabora. The only difference is that … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Thoughts

Because of the holiday (and the fact that I have internet access right now) I am posting this not in sequence, but in real-time. This post makes a reference to our safari, which you will get to read about in … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Surprise

written 11/23 Since getting back from safari, we have continued to run around a lot and just briefly touched base in Tabora. We returned to Korogwe on Saturday, I stayed overnight and worked on the Indiegogo campaign and returned to … Continue reading

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The Opposite of Starving

written 11/17 After we returned to Arusha from our safari, we went out to a fancy dinner organized by Ana as our pre-Thanksgiving treat. The dinner took place at this resort/ spa that was incredibly luxurious. It wasn’t just nice … Continue reading

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The Warriors of Tanzania

written 11/16 As we were driving back from Arusha we passed an area labeled “military training grounds.” This surprised me a bit, because I was expecting labeled as such to be bordered by a high wall, but this was just … Continue reading

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