We’ve raised over 2.5 million shillings so far for the Tim Manchester Family Planning Clinic! Hurrah! So now we are throwing caution to the wind and reprinting Wheeler Dealers. Visit the green room or email me to reserve a copy – fingers crossed available at the beginning of next week in Dar.
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I recently collaborated with the fabulous folk at kidogokidogo - creating i-phone cases which fund putting life changing mobile technology into the hands of women across Tanzania. When you buy a case, they donate a phone to a woman who could not otherwise afford the high cost of a mobile handset. What a great project!
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Ambles around stone town always reveal gems such as this stunning corner building near Emerson Spice.
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Now available at the green room in dar and on their way to cordon bleu farm shop in iringa and a few other selected outlets. For more info please give me a shout.
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One of the most majestic buildings on Pangani’s now sleepy India Street, Mzee Kibanana’s house is a legacy of the Asian merchants who traded ivory, sugar, copra and other goods here from the mid 19th century onwards.
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Can an African city that is intent on forging ahead economically hold onto its architectural heritage while encouraging new development?
Asks Julia Vitullo-Martin in her piece about Dar at untapped cities.
New print of ten of Dar’s demolished buildings now available at the green room, dar.
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