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#RightsMedia story: A loving hand for disadvantaged Tanzanian kids

ARUSHA, Tanzania — “I thought Africa was a country,” says a 16-year-old girl as she slathers a wall with cement. “Are you serious?” another girl asks. “Did you think Tanzania was a city, or something?” Obviously the teen never gave

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#RightsMedia report: #Childcare and #education for #Arusha #orphans

Happiness Wambura founded LOHADA – Loving Hand for the Disadvantaged and Aged – in 1998. She took in children from the streets of Arusha and began running an orphanage and, a few years later, a primary school in the city’s

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#Myanmar: Snapshots of #Burma. I walked by a barbershop when the electricity went out. This didn't stop the barber from shaving his client. He pulled out his flashlight and continued. It looks like a scene from a horror film, but this is everyday #Mawlamyine.
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