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This photo sums up my day 😍 adorable twins Cooper & Coop ❤️ I fell in love with them! They are the sweetest dogs ever! If I lived here I would have adopted them already 🙈 #rescuedogs #love #everylivingthing #Tanzania #DarEsSalaam #dogs #doggies #cute #adorable #rescue #adoptdontshop #adoptadog #animalsanctuary #animalshelter #volunteer

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#MarcusGarvey was one of the greatest #panafrican leaders we ever had. He organized more #blackmen and #blackwomen than any other leader in #blackhistory .
1. Marcus Garvey built factories that made clothes and black dolls for #blackchildren to play with.

2. He built a hotel.

3. He built a chain of grocery stores.

4. His organization had their own trucking company.

5. He built schools.

6. He built restaurants.

7. His organization had their own printing press that printed 3 newspapers in English, Spanish and French.

8. His organization bought 3 ships and they started practicing international trade and commerce.

9. Marcus Garvey's organization owned office buildings, an auditorium in New York, and #realestate around the world

10. By 1922 his organization - the #UNIA - had 6 million members with 900 branches in 40 different countries.

11. #MalcolmX parents were members of Marcus Garvey organization.

12. Marcus Garvey was the first black leader to teach black people to love themselves, and be proud of their heritage.

13. #KwameNkrumah became the first president of #Ghana and said #Garvey was his hero and his biggest influence. Nkrumah named Ghana's shipping line the Black Star Shipping line and Ghana's soccer team the Black Stars.

14. #JomoKenyatta became the first president of Kenya, and he also said that Marcus Garvey was a major influence on him.

15. Nnamdi Azikiwe became the first president of #Nigeria and said reading Garvey's Negro World shaped his view.

16. #JuliusNyerere became the first president of #Tanzania, and said that Garvey's teachings was a major influence on him.

17. #MalcolmX parents were members of the UNIA.

18. The honorable #ElijahMuhammad the leader of the #NationofIslam praised Marcus Garvey. He said that Garvey was the forerunner and laid the foundation for what the Nation of Islam is doing. He said that they were carrying on the work of Garvey.

Marcus Garvey did all of that without any help from white people or the Government during a time when there were no televisions or computers. We have no excuse. #blackpride #melanin #woke #EducationforLiberation #blackandproud #blackexcellence

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Follow your instinct • Sigue tu instinto

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Another One!! From for Our Brothers Rwanda @meddy250 Ft @uncleaustin #Everything Video Out Now Link in His Bio's @meddysaleh #Tanzania 🇹🇿 & #Rwanda 🇷🇼 #wasafi_tweets

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Slave market или рынок рабов. Находится в Стоун Тауне. Очень грустное место. Глядя на лица этих скульптур, по телу бегут мурашки, а на глаза наворачиваются слезы. Находясь рядом с этим памятником, ощущаешь атмосферу скорби. Конечно же Занзибар прекрасен на сегодняшний день и отдых в этом месте насыщенный и интересный, но прошлое этого острова имеет большой и нехороший отпечаток в истории. Много лет назад он был центром работорговли. Раньше я видела подобное только в фильмах, но оказавшись в самом сердце событий, спустившись в подвал с малюсеньким окошечком, увидев оковы, сохранившиеся с тех времён и представив, как в этом темном, тесном, пахнущим затхлостью помещении ютились около 70 человек, ожидая своей участи, становится не по себе. Расстояние между помостом и крышей такое, что встать в полный рост нереально. Рядом находится англиканская церковь, Собор Христа, собственно вот и она, песочного цвета на фото, внутри все как в католическом соборе, есть алтарь и чаша для крещения. Именно тут есть место, где перед продажей пороли рабов. Чем меньше раб кричал, тем больше он ценился и стоил. То есть избивая их до полусмерти, выделяли самых стойких и соответсвенно самых дорогих. В голове не укладывается, откуда в людях было столько жестокости. Хорошо, что все это в прошлом. Посетив это место, на душе остается очень неприятный осадок.
Кстати при входе в музей, женщинам, чья одежда не прикрывает колени, выдадут платок. Стоимость входного билета 5$ с чел.
Как я писала ранее, по Стоун Тауну можно гулять весь день и даже при большом желании, попытка заблудится, не увенчается успехом. Эти узкие улочки, по которым можно проехаться на велосипеде или максимум мотоцикле, всегда приведут тебя в одно и то же место.
На набережной красуется резной "Дом чудес", когда то наличие лифта и электричества было чудом, оттуда и название. Лифт давно не работает, электричество есть, можно зайти, сейчас там располагается музей, но мы туда не пошли.
Про знаменитые занзибарские двери я рассказывала ранее, красивые резные с большими железными шипами - служившие якобы защитой от слонов, слонов тут нет, а двери остались🐘🤷🏽‍♀️. Продолжение 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇

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Blue Lagoon. A small natural swimming pool located on Juani Island #tanzania #mafia #mafiaisland #poolside

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New layer in da houuuse 🥚👀😁

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Two #pills to wipe out #hookworm could cost you 4 cents. Or $400.

It just depends where you live.

The 4 cents is in #Tanzania. That'll cover the two pills it takes to knock out the #intestinal #parasite. But in the #UnitedStates, where hookworm has re-emerged, the price for two 200 mg tablets of #albendazole can cost as much as $400.

The pill will put an end to the problems hookworm can cause, such as #anemia and #protein #deficiency as well as stunting growth in #children.

It's not just a problem with the anti-hookworm pill. #Drugs for diseases of the developing #world, in particular what are known as "neglected tropical diseases" like hookworm and leishmaniasis, are enormously more expensive in the United States than in the developing world. "There really is no good reason for this price," Dr. Jonathan Alpern says of the albendazole price tag. Alpern works for the HealthPartners Institute, the research division of a #health care organization in Minnesota.

Impax #Laboratories is the only #pharmaceutical company that offers the drug in the U.S. Impax did not wish to comment on product pricing for this story but stated in an email to NPR: "Given the very different regulatory regimes in the U.S. versus outside the U.S., pricing is a very awkward comparison." Because the drug's patent expired decades ago, other companies can sell the generic version. But for medications that fight neglected tropical diseases, pharmaceutical companies have been slow to jump in and manufacture the medicine.

As for those that do: "[Impax] fits into a category of companies that have taken drugs that have been around for many years, acquired the rights and jacked up the price [for the Western market]," says Alpern.

Indeed, prices for generic drugs that treat neglected #tropical diseases are skyrocketing in the U.S.

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"The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others" -Mahatma Gandhi
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I never imagined how much my life could change from my experiences in East Africa. I learned so many valuable life lessons from the strong girls and women I met in Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya. Each beautiful smile taught me what strength, courage, hope, and love is. I thought I was getting into international development work to help others, but in the end...the communities and people I met, helped me. I'm humbled, grateful, and more open-minded because of the stories I heard, conversations I had, hardships and triumphs I witnessed. East Africa, will always have a place in my reoccurring daydreams, but these girls and the others that I lived beside in Tanzania, have a piece of my heart.

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