“There is peace in Tanzania. You can’t compare to Congo. They are fighting themselves in civil war, but in Tanzania people are free to be safe.” Advertisements
by Christina Before joining Peace Corps, I worried about how I was going to find a counterpart. We only had three months between heading to site and regathering for our first training. How could I meet a new person, determine if we’d get along, assess their motivation levels, test their availability, and decide to spend … More How to Find a Counterpart in the Peace Corps (plus a Counterpart Spotlight)
Over 50 million people from more than 125 ethnic groups live in Tanzania. In People of Tanzania, we share their stories in their own words. Over the past few months, Christina has written a few People of Tanzania posts. When I hear “People of Tanzania,” I naturally picture a black person in the post’s photo. … More People of Tanzania: To Seek a Sikh
For this week’s blogging challenge, we were supposed to talk about a day in our lives as Peace Corps Volunteers, but our lives are boring. We spend a lot of time faking our way through Swahili conversations, wandering aimlessly through our village, and showing our neighbors pictures of American food. So instead, we decided to … More A Day in the Life of a Tanzanian Farmer
Over 50 million people from more than 125 ethnic groups live in Tanzania. In People of Tanzania, we share their stories in their own words.