The tourists trekking Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro are certainly not the only people in the country familiar with an uphill climb.
Just ask 80 percent of Tanzania’s working population, who toil in the fields against the forces of infertile soil, unreliable rains and outdated technologies — not to mention the constant threat of malaria — to eke out a subsistence living. Ask women in the Dodoma region, the ones working the fields, collecting wood for cooking or carrying water for miles. The ones who were never allowed to go to school.
LWR is familiar with an uphill climb, but our extraordinary partners in Tanzania are showing us what it takes to overcome.
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