Parents meetings continue apace in Moshi, and I believe we have completed the exercise at 9 out of 11 schools at this point. Remember that we conduct these get-togethers concurrently … Continue reading
You remember this jam from the late ’80s, don’t you? The one where Will Smith (at that time, still The Fresh Prince) assured “all the kids all across the land” … Continue reading
Hi readers, and please have a gander at The Toa Nafasi Project’s End of Year Report for 2019 below. I think you’ll find it has a nice summation of all … Continue reading
The word for a sunflower in Swahili is alizeti and you see them all along the sides of the road in Tanzania, farmed for their oil. In the West, certain … Continue reading
Hello readers, and happy new year to one and all. The new academic year has just started in Tanzania and staff on the ground are busy as bees preparing our … Continue reading
So, I’ve heard everybody knows that the bird is a word, but did y’all know that “the graph is the path”?? 😉 Whether you prefer your “Surfin’ Bird” dance beat … Continue reading
Hi all, and hope everyone has had a happy holiday season thus far. I posted these screenshots recently to Toa’s social media platforms and they were wildly popular, so I … Continue reading
Greetings readers, and for those of you in the United States, we hope you had a fine Thanksgiving holiday and that the merriment continues all weekend long. As you know, … Continue reading
Did you know that when you shop online, AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to Toa Nafasi? It’s easy! And with the holidays around the … Continue reading
I am pleased to share the great news that The Toa Nafasi Project has hired Navoneiwa Sylvester Mavoa to be our first-ever office manager at our office in downtown Moshi! … Continue reading
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