Gulliver's Travels is available at Amazon for $29.99.
This movie will be released on April 19, 2011. It is a fun and...
Apr 6 2011, 4:31pm CDT
Source: San Luis Obispo City-County Library
"Where there's a ball . . . there will always be someone who wants to play soccer. Whether in Tanzania or Togo, Burma or Brazil, children love soccer. GOAL! celebrates the sport's power to bridge cultural divides and bring together the many and diverse people of the world. Filled with fun facts and striking photos, this book is a poetic snapshot of soccer around the globe, available j ...
Full article at: San Luis Obispo City-County Library
8 hours ago
Source: The BBC
Police in Tanzania arrest one man after discovering bags containing human body parts in the port city of Da ...
Full article at: The BBC
21 hours ago, 6:45am CDT
When just-born babies don't need resuscitation, clamping the umbilical cord well after spontaneous breathing is established improves first-day neonatal outcomes, according to a new study from Tanzania. Reuters ...
Full article at: Medscape
5 days ago, 6:36am CDT
The humanitarian program, Geoscientists Without Borders® (GWB), launched by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) six years ago, will sponsor a new project in Tanzania to prevent an ecological disaster that would impact the fisheries and the population that depends on them.(PRWeb July 10, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb120041 ...
Full article at: PRWeb
Jul 10 2014, 3:41am CDT
Source: New Hampshire Public Radio
Nick Stadlberger, a fourth-year medical student at Dartmouth College spent four weeks this spring in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, working in the infectious disease ward at Muhimbili Hospital as part of his school's global health program.Each day began at the gates of the hospital, where Stadlberger watched people come and go – from families visiting their loved ones to patients with crutches tha ...
Full article at: New Hampshire Public Radio
Jul 9 2014, 8:43am CDT
Nick Stadlberger, a fourth-year medical student at Dartmouth College spent four weeks this spring in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, working in the infectious disease ward at Muhimbili Hospital as part of his school's global health program.Each day began at the gates of the hospital, where Stadlberger watched people come and go – from families visiting their loved ones to patients with crutches that seemed to be made of st ...
Full article at: WYPR
Jul 9 2014, 8:43am CDT
Source: Business Day
The 1,860km railway is a key route for copper exports from Zambia and neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to Tanzania’s main port of Dar es Sal ...
Full article at: Business Day
Jul 8 2014, 4:43pm CDT
Source: Politics Balla
Dar es Salaam, July 3 (IANS) The acting Libyan ambassador to Tanzania, Ismail Nwairat, committed suicide Tuesday afternoon, Tanzanian government announced Wednesday. A statement i ...
Full article at: Politics Balla
Jul 2 2014, 4:06pm CDT
Source: Africa Can
Is bigger always better? Economists have long debated what size firms are more likely to drive business expansion and job creation. In industrial countries like the United States, small (young) firms contribute up to two-thirds of all net job creation and account for a predominant share of innovation. (Source: McKinsey, Restarting the US small-business growth engine, November 2012). In developing co ...
Full article at: Africa Can
Jun 24 2014, 1:01am CDT