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Tag Archive: Tanzania

Week 2: ?

When I told people I was going to Tanzania this summer, I got a mixed bag of responses. Top 3 were related to weather, location, and terrorism, in that order. People actually know relatively little about East Africa — or Africa as a whole, I guess. But everyone seemed to “just know” that the entire…

Tanzania, Eh?

Time to shed the cowboy hat and acknowledge the joy amongst the sorrow that I won’t be celebrating in red and white this July 1st – a truthful fact that I am (sorry Canada!) ecstatic about! From my somewhat miscellaneous research about the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania – I’m going assume that there will be…

Tanzania: has it already been two months?

Despite all warnings, I still can’t believe how quickly my time in Tanzania is flying by! I almost don’t recognize the person who walked off the plane at Kilimanjaro Airport two months ago. I hadn’t slept in two days but spent the entire one-hour drive to Arusha with my groggy, dry eyes glued to the…

Travelling to Tanzania

  Hello! My name’s Kayla, I’m a recent graduate of Carleton’s bachelors of journalism program. I’ll be heading to Tanzania soon to spend the next three months as a communications and outreach coordinator for Farm Radio International’s office in Arusha. When I found out about this opportunity through my school last year, I knew it was something I really…

Packing my bags for Tanzania!

My name is Beth White and I am a 4th year student in Journalism and Communication Studies at Carleton University. I am excited to be spending the summer in Arusha, Tanzania and work with Farm Radio International as a Communication Research Assistant. When I heard about the internship through my school, Tanzania was my first choice. I have never…