#Blessed & #Assessed

April 18, 2018

As reported earlier on Toa’s social media platforms, assessment of the 2018 Standard One classes at Msaranga, Msandaka, Mnazi, and Kiboriloni Primary schools has begun! In fact, by this point, … Continue reading

CSI: Dar es Salaam

April 17, 2018

Again, this entry is a bit of repetition for those who follow The Toa Nafasi Project on social media, but I wanted to pop it up on the website for … Continue reading

“Ujinga Bye-Bye!”

April 16, 2018

Hello everyone, and welcome to our new home at www.toanafasi.org!  For our initial entry in this format, I have decided to re-post some photos of our 2017 cohorts that you … Continue reading

Days of Our Lives

March 27, 2018

Cue the male monotone and flip your hourglass because just like sands trickling through, so too are the “days of our lives….” I jest, but honestly, doesn’t it feel like … Continue reading

Sweet Sixteen

March 20, 2018

So, I’m just over a month late in writing about the tremendous 5th anniversary celebration of The Toa Nafasi Project, but just like with my real “sweet sixteen,” let’s chalk … Continue reading

The Amazing Face

March 15, 2018

In a quick coda to my last entry about 2018 intake, I just wanted to share a few more of the amazing new faces I’ve been meeting as I traverse … Continue reading

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackboard

March 12, 2018

Greetings, dear readers, and many salaams from a fairly cool and cloudy Kilimanjaro.  I hope you’ve all been keeping well, wherever in the world you may be. We’ve been awfully … Continue reading

Momager Dearest

March 4, 2018

Some people have moms, some have managers, and some are lucky enough to have a two-in-one collabo – though I will concede that most of those people are noxious child … Continue reading

C4(H) – Pow!

February 19, 2018

Greetings, readers, and hope this blog post finds you all well.  I alluded in the last entry to the seminar that Carla and I attended earlier this month, and now … Continue reading

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