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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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#Thailand: Snapshots of #Chiangmai. @wanderermeow feeling empowered after learning about the work Empower Foundation does to advocate on behalf of sex workers in Thailand. She also did some excellent translation from Thai to English for this "farang [foreign]" journalist.
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