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Getting in contact – Making a Change

Programmes

My friend, Helene and I arrived in Harare in September 2018, working on an international project concerning reduction of the prevalence of HIV among adolescents in Zimbabwe. We want to get a broad perspective on the issues of HIV, and how it affect the society and the children and adolescents living in it.READ MORE


DATE: Jan 28, 2019
AUTHOR: Tiritose Sustainable Travel

Big Blue Zimbabwe – a Day on Lake Kariba

Experiences

October has been exceptionally dry. A local idiom designates the suffering of animals, vegetation, and people during the ‘suicide month’. The midlands has no other water to offer than the occasional small creeks, gradually stagnating under the road bridges between the small townships.READ MORE


DATE: Jan 28, 2019
AUTHOR: Tiritose Sustainable Travel

10 Reasons To Be Merry

Experiences

It’s a wrap! What a year it has been. We’re grateful for all the memories and friends we made this year, from here we can only get bigger! The lessons we learnt in 2018 will help shape up the coming year and we’re ready for it! We wish you all the best and here’s a quick list to get you started on a good note.READ MORE


DATE: Dec 31, 2018
AUTHOR: Tiritose Sustainable Travel

Jerry Can Save Your Trip

Experiences

Over the past 2 months Zimbabwe has been hit with intermittent fuel shortages which have caused a few hiccups in the transport sector across the country. Motorists have had to sleep in queues in some cases just to get a chance to fill their tanks so that they don’t run out.READ MORE


DATE: Dec 28, 2018
AUTHOR: Tiritose Sustainable Travel

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