Finding Your Feet

October 28, 2018

Hi everyone, and sorry I’ve not posted for a bit.  I’ve been terribly busy finding my footing back in the United States, jetlag having been really bad this trip for … Continue reading

Ahsante Means “Thank You”

October 22, 2018

In Swahili, the national language of Tanzania, a word that is frequently heard is ahsante (or, alternately spelled, asante) which means “thank you.”  It is a word we at Toa … Continue reading

The Brand Newbians 2.0

October 8, 2018

A few years ago, I wrote a blog entry for Toa titled “The Brand Newbians” referring to the additional tutors we hired for our first expansion in 2016.  At that … Continue reading

Sister October

October 2, 2018

Fall is here and, while I am still in Kilimanjaro for the next two weeks and far from any freshly fallen leaves or crisp cool air, I can almost taste … Continue reading

Breaking the IASE

September 24, 2018

Hello, dear readers, and hope you are well wherever you may be.  I write to you ensconced in the lobby of one of Moshi’s finer hotels as power has been … Continue reading

“What We Give”

September 15, 2018

It was Winston Churchill who said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  One can assume this eloquent thought was … Continue reading

TanzaNIA

September 12, 2018

Hey ho everybody, and a hearty happy new year to all our Jewish readers out there.  I am freshly back from Zanzibar where I spent four days easing myself into … Continue reading

Lessons from LeBron

September 1, 2018

My love affair with basketball player LeBron James continues to thrive albeit from afar and via mainstream media sources.  I can’t help it.  I get into these grooves and it’s … Continue reading

It’s a Sing Thing

August 27, 2018

As I mentioned last week, I’ve been doing my rounds of each of the participating public primary school sites where Toa has a presence, just checking in and making sure … Continue reading

Pictionary for Primary Pupils

August 21, 2018

Hey people, hope all’s well wherever in the world you find yourselves.  This post is gonna be short and sweet because time always seems to be fleeting. Since our recent … Continue reading

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