Moja, Mbili, Tatu… Jump. 

There is nothing more fun than jumping into a swimming pool with your friends – and this is the moment nearly 30 boys jumped into the water together.   The photo was taken during the last Saturday School session of the year at the school I have worked for the last couple of years in…

Every light carries the ray of hope

  Every now and then, something happens here in Tanzania which makes me stop for a minute and realize how fortunate I am and how easy life is and has been for me. One of those moments happened during the Isamilo International School in Mwanza Saturday School Christmas party. Halfway through my second teaching session,…

Bollywood Dancer – Motion

This weekend was the Isamilo International School annual drama festival and I was helping out with videoing and taking photos. Groups of children from Tanzania performed plays and dances to a large crowd of people. I took a series of shots of the acts and for this student performing a Bollywood Dance I set my…

Education is the passport to the future.

Saturday mornings have of late become a little more worthwhile for me – thanks to volunteering to teach a group of disadvantaged youngsters from the local community. When we looked into teaching in Tanzania, one of the reasons my husband and I applied to Isamilo International School in Mwanza, was so we could help out…

Dancing For Equality

Today is International Day of the Girl Child, and to mark it female students and female staff members at Isamilo International School gave up their Saturday morning to help to empower disadvantaged girls from Mwanza. And I was among some of the staff helping out. The majority of the Tanzanian children who regularly attend the…