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50th Anniversary Kangas in Production!

As you all know (or maybe you don't) Peace Corps Tanzania is going to distribute kangas to all volunteers to commemorate the 50th anniversary.   As of today, those kangas are now in production at 21st Century Textiles in Morogoro Town.  Read more to see a picture of one of the proof kangas printed.

Java download

Here is where to download Java so that you can use the VRF program:



Blog About Malaria Month Activities

Blog About Malaria Month (BAMM) is kicking off starting April 1st.  The STOMP Tanzania team would like to encourage volunteers to blog about malaria education activities that they particpate in durring the month of April.  Attached volunteers can find malaria facts, guidelines, activity suggestions and even a blank calendar for organizing your month.


Extension Opportunities

Hi all - I have posted here some exciting extension opportuntities for the coming year with Baylor Pediatric Aids program.  PCVs would lead Youth/Teen clubs at Baylor and develop outreach programs to reach PLHIV youth in communities served by the projects.  One is in Mbeya, and the other Mwanza.  We have not made a full commitment yet to opening Mwanza to PCVs until we review our capacity to support PCVs there and the security status of the site, but we are seriouly considering it.


Hey everybody here is the info on the COS conference in MaySealed

Please review the invitation letter carefully, and look for a COS date that works for you.  PLEASE remember, your COS interview does NOT have to be the last day!!  Interview with the CD anytime between the COS conference and the end of your service.  If you wait til the bitter end, you may miss out on a quality conversation.


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