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

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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

Zara Tours supports numerous non-profit projects in Tanzania.

ZARA TOURS ANNOUNCES COMPLETION DATE FOR MAASAI PRE-SCHOOL

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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

A PRESENTATION FOCUSING ON "WOMEN AS LEADERS IN TOURISM BUSINESS WORLDWIDE" AT WORLD TRADE MARKET (WTM) - EXPO IN LONDON 2013.