Thursday, December 26, 2013

HAPPY CHRISTMAS WITH MY KIDS AT KILIMANJARO OPHANAGE CENTER IN MOSHI, SHALOM OPHANAGE AND MWEMA STREET IN KARATU.



By Lazaro Edward Kilimanjaro Orphanage Center "Mama Zara, Dada Remy Adam and Zara Charity Zara Charity we are really appreciate for always being so kinds to us. We are not fear anything on helping these needy kids because Mama Zara she is always with us. Mama we enjoy to eat Christmas together at the Kilimanjaro Orphanage Centre today. Our kids looks beautiful and handsome today due to your Christmas gifts. Thanks to all friends who assist us to make our children smile in this Christmas day. May God keeping blessing All Orphanage Friends Mama ZARA, Remmy and ZARA Tanzania Adventures forever.



Source Zara Charity Zara Charity
"May the blessing of this Christmas time be with you all through the coming years.

Your kindness and support to the Zara charity project is a great milestone in your spiritual life.

Our hearts are filled with happiness for you and your team for all that you do to improve the community livelihood here in Tanzania.
Your great cooperation enable us to provide school supplies food and clothing at the centers in Kilimanjaro where we have done with Kilimanjaro Orphanage center, shalom Orphanage and mwema Street in Karatu.
Special thanks to Reinhold Beitlich stiffing Foundation under Mr. Hubert Bosch, Zara Tanzania Adventures, in excess of Mama Zara Africa Safari under Claus, Zara properties Leila Ansell and many others
Marry Christmas and good wishes of the New Year 2014".


Tanzania: Zainab Ansell - Women Must Work Hard in Business

The Global Report on Women in Tourism (GRWT) an initiative by the United Nations World Tourism Organizations (UNWTO) has recently marked a new era for incorporating gender issues in the tourism sector.

It provides detailed statistical information on women's role and their status in the tourism industry, offering recommendations on how to improve the current situation. UNWTO and UN women believe that tourism can be a vehicle for promoting gender equality and women's empowerment.Read More

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

ZARA TOURS ANNOUNCES COMPLETION DATE FOR MAASAI PRE-SCHOOL

Zara Tours is thrilled to announce that construction of the new Maasai pre-school is scheduled to be completed in January of 2014. The preschool, which is being constructed in the Endulen Village of the Ngorongoro District, is being constructed with funds from Zara Tanzania Charity, Zara Tours, Africa Safari and the Reinhold Beitlich Stiftung Foundation.

The Maasai Preschool is tentatively scheduled to open and begin serving children of Maasai during the 2014 academic year. Once open, the school will not only provide education for students, but will also act as a home to students, as it will feature a dormitory. Students will benefit from clothes, entertainment and health and spiritual care provided by the school. Read more

Friday, November 29, 2013

BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT THE MASAI PRE - SCHOOL PROJECT IN NGORONGORO.

In the communities of Northern Tanzania, there has been insufficient education efforts and institutional development for the Maasai to understand and benefit from educational achievement. Typically, Maasai children enter First Grade at age of seven without prior exposure to  classroom-based teaching, without basic skills, such as  counting and writing, typical among other Tanzanian  children, and without an understanding of Swahili, which is the only legally permitted language, other than English,  in schools. They are set up for failure from the beginning; not surprisingly, many drop-out before the end of Primary School, and almost half do not pass the Grade 7 exams, which are critical to entering Secondary School. Consequently, as compared to other communities throughout Tanzania, the Maasai have far less children succeeding at all levels in school. Read more also Find our special package to support this.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

SUN, SAND AND CEILINGS: WHY WE NEED WOMEN AT THE TOP OF THE TOURISM INDUSTRY??


Equality in Tourism invites both sexes to try to get to the heart of why there are so few women at the top of the tourism industry and what needs to happen to bring about gender equality. To help us achieve this, our panel will consist of women who have broken through the glass ceiling as government ministers and directors of tourism and those heading up tour operations and hotel groups.

Sun, Sand and Ceilings is the first report published by Equality in Tourism, an independent, non-profit think tank and consultancy that believes questions of gender discrimination have been largely omitted from frontline practice and that greater gender equality is an essential component of a thriving and sustainable tourism industry.  

Although the report focuses on the representation of women at the top of the tourism industry, Equality in Tourism is concerned with all women working in or affected by the tourism industry worldwide. We seek to work with the public and private sectors, providing specialist advice, research, training and capacity building using a global network of experts.Read More

Equality in Tourism invites both sexes to try to get to the heart of why there are so few women at the top of the tourism industry and what needs to happen to bring about gender equality. To help us achieve this, our panel will consist of women who have broken through the glass ceiling as government ministers and directors of tourism and those heading up tour operations and hotel groups.
Sun, Sand and Ceilings is the first report published by Equality in Tourism, an independent, non-profit think tank and consultancy that believes questions of gender discrimination have been largely omitted from frontline practice and that greater gender equality is an essential component of a thriving and sustainable tourism industry.
Although the report focuses on the representation of women at the top of the tourism industry, Equality in Tourism is concerned with all women working in or affected by the tourism industry worldwide. We seek to work with the public and private sectors, providing specialist advice, research, training and capacity building using a global network of experts.
- See more at: http://www.wtmlondon.com/page.cfm/Action=seminar/libID=1/libEntryID=1576#sthash.KTH7DPBY.dpuf