Need for change

During my time in Stone Town on the beautiful island of Zanzibar, I feel I was able to gain a true understanding of the life native Zanzibari people have come to accept and endure. Most of the challenges have arisen due to corrupt and misguided government officials....

Mirrors

So I have several weeks of back-blogging due to lack of wi-fi or internet access, loss of electricity and traveling. I hope to draw intrigue rather than annoyance with my wave of posts but I hope that they provide a better understanding of what I experienced as well...

This Zanzibarian Life

So the following post was written on Sunday but since electricity, internet connections and general life not going the way you plan, I am only now able to post it. Again sorry for the lack of pictures…..wish that camera cable had made it into my bag. Enjoy ;-)...

First Week of Clinic in Zanzibar

Well it’s been a real trip. It seems crazy that I arrived in Zanzibar just 6 days ago.  I feel as though I have been here for at least a month as there are so many things to see, learn and experience. My flight was probably the hardest part.  After traveling for...

19,100 Needles!!

Wow!  It really does pay off if you ask for what you need :-) Not only have I grown closer to my original donation goal of $1500.00, I have also obtained enough needles and supplies to benefit the Mnazi Mmoja hospital for much of 2012 :-) I contacted local and...
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