The Struggles of a Male Freethinker and Freethought Leader in Tanzania


The Good Men Project (blog)
The Struggles of a Male Freethinker and Freethought Leader in Tanzania
The Good Men Project (blog)
Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa'sam) founded Jichojipya (meaning with new eye) to “Think Anew”. He talks here with Scott Douglas Jacobsen who founded In-Sight Publishing and In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal. We have talked before ...

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6 months ago

The Good Men Project (Blog)

Freethought and Skepticism in Tanzania in the Midst of Fundamentalism


Freethought and Skepticism in Tanzania in the Midst of Fundamentalism
The Good Men Project (blog)
Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa'sam), who is now 53-years-old male from Tanzania who is leading a community and who, founded Jichojipya (meaning with new eye) to “Think Anew”. He is the Founder of Jicho Jipya/Think Anew Tanzania. Nsajigwa's ...

 

6 months ago

The Good Men Project (Blog)

A Tanzania Freethinker on Tanzanian Atheism and Atheist Thinkers


A Tanzania Freethinker on Tanzanian Atheism and Atheist Thinkers
The Good Men Project (blog)
Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa'sam) founded Jichojipya (meaning with new eye) to “Think Anew”. He is the Founder of Jicho Jipya/Think Anew Tanzania. We have talked before about freethought in Tanzania. Here we talk about atheist thinkers in ...

 

3 years ago

AllAfrica.Com

Tanzania: Njaanuary Struggles Too Real


Tanzania: Njaanuary Struggles Too Real
AllAfrica.com
The 97th day of the month of January is upon us. It feels like this month is never going to end and even when it does, it will be too late. We would have all lost each other in the 100 days that are January. Things are so tight, even the local Mangi at ...

 

3 years ago

AllAfrica.Com

Tanzania: Power Struggles Are Bad for Development


Tanzania: Power Struggles Are Bad for Development
AllAfrica.com
Power struggle pitting elected opposition officials and presidential appointees in the districts are becoming increasingly evident. Yesterday, there were reports on a war of words between the Kinondoni Municipality's mayor Boniface Jacob and District ...

 

2 years ago

Voice Of America

Tanzania Struggles to End Child Labor


Voice of America
Tanzania Struggles to End Child Labor
Voice of America
Three years ago, 14-year-old Julius left his family near the lakeside city of Mwanza, Tanzania, to try his luck mining gold. Today, Julius is in no hurry to leave, despite having one of the riskiest jobs on a chaotic mine site — handling mercury each ...

 

5 years ago

Independent European Daily Express

Tanzania Struggles to End Clashes Between Farmers and Herders


Inter Press Service
Tanzania Struggles to End Clashes Between Farmers and Herders
Independent European Daily Express
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, Jan 16 (IPS) - Tanzanian authorities are finding it increasingly difficult to deal with ongoing conflicts between farmers and pastoralists as they fight over limited land and water resources in this East African nation.
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2 years ago

AllAfrica.Com

Tanzania: Why Mbeya Struggles to Attain Education Target


Tanzania: Why Mbeya Struggles to Attain Education Target
AllAfrica.com
"What is the product of three times three," Mr Ezron Kyejo asks one of his standard four pupils at Madaraka Primary School in Rungwe district, Mbeya during Mathematics lesson at around 12:30pm The pupil remains mum. At that time, pupils were not ...

 

8 months ago

AllAfrica.Com

Tanzania: Tz's Universities Have Twice As Many Male As Female Students


Tanzania: Tz's Universities Have Twice As Many Male As Female Students
AllAfrica.com
Statistically, Anna Daniel stood little chance of completing her master's degree at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) last year. While she beat the odds and graduated as the one in her family with the highest education, the general ...

 

2 years ago

Reuters

Tanzania struggles to end child labor from the lure of gold


Reuters
Tanzania struggles to end child labor from the lure of gold
Reuters
Workers sluicing at an informal gold mining site in Nyaligongo, Tanzania on February 24, 2017. TRF/Krista Mahr. 1/3. left. right. Workers at an informal gold mine in Nyaligongo, Tanzania on February 24, 2017. 2/3. left. right. Mabula Kafuku, education ...

 

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