Hooray for Payday!

February 18, 2019

Hey all, and greetings from a finally quiet house in Moshi.  With my mom and Kaitlin gone, I can now get through some emails and attend to my own work … Continue reading

Lifestyles of the Rich, Famous, and Learning-Disabled

February 7, 2019

I thought this was a kind of cool article from Understood.org, a website I favor when reading up on learning disabilities: who has them, how to cope with them, and … Continue reading

Meet the Parents

February 6, 2019

Hi all and salaams from Moshi, Tanzania where the current temperature is somewhere in the 30s C/90s F and we are all just about to die of heatstroke. Carla has … Continue reading

Life on Marrs: Part Two

January 26, 2019

Last post, I promised to show some of the outcomes from Kaitlin’s training sessions with the tutoring staff here in Moshi.  Without further ado, please find below video of our … Continue reading

Life on Marrs: Part One

January 25, 2019

Hi all, and hope you’re well.  Here in Moshi, we’ve just said goodbye to our favorite lil’ intern this side of the Rockies (she schools at UC Boulder in the … Continue reading

International Day of Education

January 24, 2019

Today, Thursday, January 24, 2019,  the United Nations and people around the world are observing the first-ever International Day of Education! This brand-new UN observance day promotes international awareness and … Continue reading

Marrs Attacks: Part Two

January 14, 2019

Greetings earthlings, and hello from Moshi, Tanzania where the second week of school is currently underway and, with it, the work of The Toa Nafasi Project. This week we will … Continue reading

A Brand-New Year Is Here!

January 12, 2019

It’s a new calendar new year and, with its onset here in Tanzania, a new academic year as well. This Friday, The Toa Nafasi Project held its first teachers’ meeting … Continue reading

Heri ya Mwaka Mpya!

December 31, 2018

Or “Happy New Year!” for the English-language readers out there.  🙂 2018 was an interesting year for The Toa Nafasi Project, marked by incredible high points such as: -the increase … Continue reading

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