April 12, 2013

Girls Education – A catalyst for change in Kitenga

By Anne Wadsworth

Stunningly beautiful Kitenga. Rich, fertile Kitenga.  Friendly, vibrant Kitenga. Yet within all this beauty of its land and its people, remain destructive cultural practices that rob girls and women of their dignity, their right to self-determination. A village of about 7,500, spread out within the Tarime District of the Mara Region of Tanzania. Remote. Rural….

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April 5, 2013

It’s Such Bad Timing

By Anne Wadsworth

Just when I need my whole self to be in full buzzing mode, I find myself at half speed. When I get back from a project visit to Tanzania, my to-do list is a mile long; my stories, pictures and reflections a mile deep; my passion about our mission somehow even stronger than it was…

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March 11, 2013

Bertini Supports Dorm for Girls Education

By Anne Wadsworth

The dormitory at the Kitenga School for Girls is $20,000 closer to being finished thanks to a fantastic grant award from the Catherine Bertini Trust Fund for Girls Education. One of only two grants awarded, the funds will go directly towards the construction of the dormitory – an essential piece of infrastructure for a boarding…

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March 4, 2013

I’m now a blogger for Girls Education

By Anne Wadsworth

Thanks to the amazing Lindsey at PLS 3rd Learning and to the encouragement of Magezi and Sharon, I (Anne Wadsworth, Exec. Director) am now (technically) a blogger. I do prefer the term story-teller or observer, but understand the necessity of using the unattractive ‘blog’. I’ll use this space to share with you stories I come…

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