Come Together

December 3, 2017

As anyone working in development can attest to, the most important thing of all (besides donors, besides resources, besides impact metrics and theories of change) is a solid public-private partnership … Continue reading

Diaspora Ubora

November 19, 2017

Diaspora (noun, English): a scattered population whose origin lies within a smaller geographic locale; the movement of a population from its original homeland. Ubora (noun, Swahili): excellence, quality, superiority, supremacy. … Continue reading

TZ in DC

November 10, 2017

Hi all, hope everyone is well and enjoying this lovely Fall weather.  I know I am and, though I feel bad for those slogging out the heat and short rains … Continue reading

Gift-Giving in a Tightened-Belt Economy

November 4, 2017

Hey guys, check out the article below from The Chronicle of Philanthropy.  Doesn’t bode well for this year’s giving season, but only time will tell! #### Fewer Americans Find Room … Continue reading

Rewriting the Book

October 27, 2017

Hey guys, check out this excerpt from the executive summary titled “The Learning Generation” from UK-based executive advisor and asset manager, Educate Global Fund, written by Sandrine Henton and Prateek … Continue reading

Disastrous DeVos

October 23, 2017

Being back in New York definitely has its perks, but it also has its pitfalls, one of these being the immediacy and urgency of news media in daily life. You … Continue reading

Conference in the Clouds

October 21, 2017

Hello friends, and many salams from beautiful New York City.  I have just arrived in the Western world, and am fully enjoying the luxury of consistent electricity, hot water, and … Continue reading

The War Against Women

October 18, 2017

Direct on the heels of my last post in which this year’s Nyerere Day was celebrated with a nod to his philosophies about a Tanzanian citizenry that includes every member … Continue reading

All the President’s Women

October 14, 2017

Check out the opinion piece below written by Sauli Giliard, reprinted from the Tanzania Daily News, titled “Why Women Should Remember Mwalimu Nyerere.” As most of you know, Julius Kambarage … Continue reading

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