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
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
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
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
I had the opportunity of spending some time in class last week and witnessing one of our Toa Nafasi tutoring staff in action. Rose Assey is one of our more … Continue reading
Unfortunately, I am fresh out of original content this week, having spent much of it on the computer instead of in school. That’s the downside of this job, having to … Continue reading
I don’t normally post such sensitive images as the ones you see here, but I feel it is not wrong to share this short video of our pilgrimage to Marangu … Continue reading
The Toa Nafasi Project would like to thank its latest visitors to our organization, Trudy Comba and her grandson Conrad Metcalfe. Trudy and Conrad came to Toa by way of … Continue reading
We at The Toa Nafasi Project have now done Tom Wujec’s “marshmallow challenge” twice here in Tanzania. The first time we did it with older students at Kilimanjaro Institute of … Continue reading
A new twist on an old classic, I present to you The Toa Nafasi Project singers! Last week, before wrapping up her two-week volunteer stint and heading back to California, … Continue reading
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