Re-imagine Africa

Is an ONLINE STORE managed by African Child Projects that make accessible hand made products of the locals to global markets while giving the capacity building to the locals on subjects such as quality assurance, branding, and identity? Through...

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DIDAS MODEST MUSHI

DIDAS MODEST MUSHI

NAME: DIDAS MODEST MUSHI AGE: 61 MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED CHILDREN: 7 I had 7 children but now I am left with 6, one just passed away. The first one is a boy living in town learning how to drive a motorcycle, The second one she is a girl, already...

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Fidelia Godwin Mlay

Fidelia Godwin Mlay

NAME:  Fidelia Godwin Mlay AGE: 46 MARITAL STATUS: Widow CHILDREN: 4 1st she is already graduated from college she is already married and blessed with a child. 2nd he is 20 years old, he is still in school, Ardhi university. He lives with his...

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CLARA FELICIAN TEMBA

CLARA FELICIAN TEMBA

NAME: CLARA FELICIAN TEMBA AGE: 58 MARITAL STATUS: Widow CHILDREN: 4 The 1st one is 38 years old, male. lives with me. He is not mentally okay sometimes he is going crazy. He is not working. The 2nd one is 32 years old also lives here after being...

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NARUDI NYUMBANI

Narudi nyumbani is a documentary tour where we travel back to rural Africa  and collect Transformative stories about Africa and Africans. (Pictures will be shared on this platform) We are forever and ever in this life and the next from the...

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READING HUBS

This project aims to embark on the storytelling tours where we inspire heroism and African contextual literature through encouraging Children to read African literature, learn about History; hence tell their own stories, embracing their...

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BOOK AND LAMP

Book & Lamp Tour is a project that advocacy for quality education among children in rural areas around Tanzania, hence birthing the culture of reading and storytelling. Through this tour, we reach out to impact the disadvantaged communities...

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THE DISRUPTORS

                                                                                  On the quest to connect the unconnected it has always been obvious in rural

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