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If you are looking to Volunteer with an Ngo please visit our Volunteer Page : http://envaya.org/pg/volunteer and contact these Ngo's directly. Thank you.(Not translated)Edit
We need liberal education that can set our nation free of all these superstitious mindset. People should be well informed that only hard working can make socioeconomic development a reality. No shortcuts in life. I wish all Tanzanian good work not goo luck.(Not translated)Edit
hi..i just completed my university degree and am looking for a place to volunteer can you be of help please..bittytianoi@yahoo.com(Not translated)Edit
I appreciate the job that you doing, and not only that there is a place like iringa in kilolo i saw people are living hard life and students walk without shoes i like to be one of the volunteer in this organisation contact me though e mail frankjose11@yahóo.com(Not translated)Edit
Basically that is awesome work done! – But still,we us society needs program expansivity to reach more victims of social-cultural practices..(Not translated)Edit
More and more Tanzanians now believe in witchcraft. The country has become notorious for albino killings( lake zone), killing of elderly women(Lake zone),skinning of human beings( Mbeya)... the list of witchcraft based human rights violations is increasing. Now even Bishops, Imams and political leaders are believed to be superstitious. In this era of science and technology, we are moving backwards as others are moving forward! Shame on us Tanzanians!(Not translated)Edit
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