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Queer Tanzanians Remain Fearful Despite Government Denouncing LGBTQ Crackdown
By Nita Bhalla, Reuters
Activists say homophobia and anti-LGBTQ attacks have risen since President John Magufuli’s 2015 election.
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Death Toll From Tanzania Ferry Sinking Tops 100, But Hundreds Still Feared Missing
Initial estimates suggested that the ferry was carrying more than 300 people.
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Woman Arrested In Tanzania After Video Of Same-Sex Kiss Surfaces
Homosexuality is a criminal offense in the African nation.
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Trump Calls Elephant Trophy Hunting A 'Horror Show,' Says He's Unlikely To Allow Imports
He halted his administration's decision earlier this week to lift a ban on the import of elephant parts from two African nations.
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How Open Data Can Help The Global South, From Disaster Relief To Voter Turnout
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Beyond these genuinely transformative experiences, we found several examples that ran into challenges. A pair of education
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Wild Lioness Nurses Leopard Cub In 'Unprecedented' Photos
The extraordinary pictures were taken at a Tanzanian conservation park.
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For Girls’ Sake, Tanzania Should Stop Abuse, Bias In Schools
Children's Rights Researcher
“I [felt] discouraged …the school was very far, I had to climb the stones,” Lucia (not her real name) told me last year as
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Community-Based Maternal Health Care: Meeting Women Where They Are
USAID's Flagship Maternal And Child Survival Program
Providing women-centered maternal health care at the community level All women deserve respectful, culturally sensitive, women
“I Became A Man, Just To Access The Mines”
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Cross-posted from UN Women Pili Hussein is Tanzania’s first woman miner, who disguised herself as a man to access the Tanzanite
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Another Former Colony Wants Germany To Pay For Its Atrocities In Africa
By Lynsey Chutel, Quartz Africa
Germany’s colonial ghosts are once again haunting the country in the present day. Lawmakers in Tanzania have begun the process
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Armyworms are wreaking havoc in southern Africa. Why it's a big deal
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Climate Change This Week: Trumped By Climate, Record Solar Surge, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist, Author, and Consultant on Climate Change and Popula...
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. And the chances of Donald Trump's family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly.
Tanzania's Geodesic Dome Suites Are The Ultimate Forest Escape
Please excuse us while we book our flights.
Good News for Elephants for a Change
Dr. Cristián Samper
President and CEO, Wildlife Conservation Society
Money Really Does Grow On Trees: This Week In Daily Giving
Co Founder of The Pollination Project
Are you inspired by these changemakers? Do you have an idea rooted in bringing peace and justice to all things? We accept
Paying It Forward in Tanzania
Andy Bryant is the Executive Director of Segal Family Foundati...
In May of this year, Tumaini decided to see what she could do to support patients in the nearby government facility, Mwananyamala
As Development Aid Evolves, Digitizing Tax Payments Can Have Dramatic Benefits for Emerging Economies
Managing Director, Better Than Cash Alliance
Tanzania's Revenue Gateway System allows users to make tax payments digitally, creating a simple and transparent process
Every Day of the Week (Even Weekends): This Week In Daily Giving
Co Founder of The Pollination Project
Priscilla Umutashya Ruzibuka, Ki-pepeo Kids' Clothing, Kigali, Rwanda. To best reduce poverty, women are trained in textile
Random Sunsets Around the World - Part 3, Africa - Sinking Low on the Looney Front
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