A few more pics from Zanzibar.
Monthly Archives: September 2011
One of the things Zanzibar is known for are beautifully carved wooden doors. These doors were the first thing I noticed the first time I walked around Stone Town (the main city of Zanzibar). They are a reflection of the past (and present) Arab and Indian influence on the island. Most of the doors date back […]
I had the opportunity to go scuba diving this week in Mnemba, an atoll and marine park off the coast of Zanzibar. I’ve never seen such crystal blue water. Visibility down below was incredible … the current very strong … and the coral and undersea life very colorful and healthy (according to my marine biologist […]
70% of the world’s out-of-school youth are girls. In Tanzania, the story is no different – 3.1 million girls here are unable to attend school. Meet Rose, a woman who does not want her two young daughters to be a part of that statistic. Watch this 3:39 minutes slideshow to see how PSI is helping women […]
I was in a retail shop a couple weeks ago discussing the movement of PSI products with the owner. He asked why we stopped selling mosquito net treatment solution. He said it was an excellent product that people really liked because it was great as a pesticide in the farm. I told him that perhaps the […]