When Kenyans go abroad, they see, or should I say, hear? things from a totally different angle. Listen to this
This little video illustrates the fun and craziness that we get up to – a visit to the Olerai Conservancy in the Nairobi Park wildebeest dispersal area, and installation of a biogas unit at a Masai homestead.
To Join the exciting group of Friends of Nairobi National Park simply email us on email@example.com, or visit our offices at the Nairobi Park entrance, KWS HQ on Langata Rd , we are right next door to the Smart Card office.
Membership – 1,000 per person per annum, 2,000 per family, 10,000 for corporates.
Tell all your friends!
Thank you to Patricia Amira who sent me this – it should be on everyone’s blog!
Subject: If you are a woman – READ THIS – Bottle water Toxins and Cancer. Men read this for your sisters, mothers, wives,daughters. Friends. IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THIS ENSURE THAT EVERYONE AROUND YOU DOES…INCLUDING HOUSEHELP.
No matter how many times you get this
Please send it on!!!!
Bottled water in your car is very dangerous!
On the Ellen show, Sheryl Crow said that this is what caused her breast cancer.
It has been identified as the most common cause of the high levels of dioxin in breast cancer tissue.
Sheryl Crow’s oncologist told her:women should not drink bottled water that has been left in a car.
The heat reacts with the chemicals in the plastic of the bottle which releases dioxin into the water. Dioxin is a toxin increasingly found in breast cancer tissue.
So please be careful and do not drink bottled water that has been left in a car.
Pass this on to all the women in your life. This information is the kind we need to know that just might save us!
Use a stainless steel canteen or a glass bottle instead of plastic!
LET EVERYONE WHO HAS A WIFE / GIRLFRIEND / DAUGHTER KNOW PLEASE!
This information is also being circulated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center .
No plastic containers in microwaves.
No plastic water bottles in freezers.
No plastic wrap in microwaves.
Dioxin chemical causes cancer, especially breast cancer.
Dioxins are highly poisonous to cells in our bodies.
Don’t freeze plastic bottles with water in them as this releases dioxins from the plastic.
Recently the Wellness Program Manager at Castle Hospital , was on a TV program to explain this health hazard.
He talked about dioxins and how bad they are for us.He said that we should not be heating food in the microwave using plastic containers….
This especially applies to foods that contain fat.
He said that the combination of fat, high heat and plastic releases dioxin into the food.
Instead, he recommends using glass, such as Pyrex or ceramic containers for heating food. You get the same result, but without the dioxin.
So, such things as TV dinners, instant soups, etc.,should be removed from their containers and heated in something else.
Paper isn’t bad but you don’t know what is in the paper. It’s safer to use tempered glass, such as Pyrex, etc.
He reminded us that a while ago some of the fast food restaurants moved away from the styrene foam containers to paper. The dioxin problem is one of the reasons…
Also, he pointed out that plastic wrap, such as Cling film, is just as dangerous when placed over foods to be cooked in the microwave.
As the food is nuked, the high heat causes poisonous toxins to actually melt out of the plastic wrap and drip into the food.
Cover food with a paper towel instead.
This is an article that should be sent to anyone important in your life!
Before I read this I thought plastic was bad for baby baboons
I am in love with street art locator which allows me to upload crazy graffiti and streetart from anywhere in the world. During a recent Trip to London I had the joy of visiting Brick Lane – one of the worlds most famous streets for graffiti – it’s where you can find famous Banksy pieces – and if you don’t know who Banksy is then go shoot yourself. Or check out his work at the the Brick Lane Gallery
Anyway I hope you enjoy the slideshow made from tons of photos I took and took a few nuggets off the web to showcase the pictures all to the grooves of free music I found on Sound Jay (www.soundjay.com – Sorry people but I have to do that as one of the conditions)
If you want to know more about Street Art Locator follow them on twitter @streetartloc and facebook
In the last few months I’ve been given sensitive information worthy of wikileaks headlines – how to kill your MP in 60 days – by adding a pinch of a certain ground flower into his/her sukumawiki … I’m told it’s 100% effective and untraceable…
I might be pissed off with my MP, and at times I do wish they would “disappear” but I’m not a cold blooded killer
Here’s a better idea, you could write to your MP and
complain complement him or her for all the achievements of 2010. i’ll warn you though, your MP might not want to hear how angry you were when they stood up for PEV suspects, defended criminalizing being gay, voted for Kenya to get out of the Rome Statute, misused CDF Funds, and bought one of Henry Koskey’s illegal cars… not to mention many other misdeeds.
I know of one MP who hides out in his home village pretending to be ill. He avoids parliament, questions and never shows up for public functions.
Well, the time of impunity is over, they can run but they can no longer hide” quoted my anonymous but very reliable source who got this list of your MP’s contact information on this website bidiiafrica.com
Make it your new years resolution to stop them from getting away with all that crap year after year.
CONTACT YOUR MP TODAY BY PHONE OR EMAIL
Abdirahman, H.Ali – Wajir South – KANU – 0721-724746 / 0722-144999 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chiaba, Mohamed Abu – Lamu East – PNU – 0722-410177
Bahari, Abdul Ali – Isiolo South – KANU – 0733-289501
Balala, Mohammed Najib – Mvita – ODM – 0733 333500 /0724 – 650000 email@example.com
Bifwoli, Wakoli Sylvester – Bumula – PNU – 0733-865323 Wakolib@yahoo.com
Chepkitony, Lucas Kipkosgei – Keiyo North – ODM – 0733-635894 / 0722816064
Ethuro, David – Turkana Central – PNU- 0722-526370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gesami, James Ondicho – West Mugirango – ODM- 0733 826090
Gisuka, Machage Wilfred – Kuria – DP – 0733-451806/0725834575
Kajembe, Ramathan Seif – Changamwe – ODM – 0721 609777 Langoni@swiftmombasa.com
Kajwang’, Gerald Otieno – Mbita – ODM – 0722-882787
Kamama, Asman Abongotum – Baringo East – PNU – 0731-583303
Karua, Martha Wangari Gichugu – PNU – 0721 623 342 / 0733-747551
Kenneth, Peter Gatanga – PNU – 0722 512996 email@example.com
Kenyatta, Uhuru – Gatundu South – KANU – 0722 463 891
Keter, Charles Cheruiyot – Belgut – ODM – 0722 530555
Khalwale Boni – Ikolomani – NEW FORD-K – 0721 318722
Khaniri, George Munyasa – Hamisi – ODM – 0722-859341
Kilonzo, Julias Kiema Mutito – ODM-K – 0722-513605 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kilonzo, Charles Mutavi – Yatta – ODM-K – 0734-621593 email@example.com
Kimunya Amos Muhinga Kipipiri PNU – 0722518801 / 520936 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kinyanjui, Lee Maiyani – Nakuru Town – PNU – 0722 842653
Kiunjuri, Festus Mwangi – Laikipia East – PNU – 0721 600 305
Kuti Mohammed Abdi – Isiolo North – NARC-K – 0733 235914
Lesirma, Simeon Saimanga – Samburu West – ODM – 0722-719946 email@example.com
Magara – James Omingo – South Mugirango – ODM – 0722 911274 firstname.lastname@example.org
Katoo, Ole Metito J – Kajiado South – 0721-640175
Midiwo, Washington Jakoyo – Gem – ODM – 0721 504 040 / 0733 421277/ 0722 935761
Mohamed, A.H.M – Mandera West – ODM – 0722-779942
Mohammed, Haji Yusuf – Ijara – KANU – 0722-709395
Mugo, Beth Wambui – Dagoretti – PNU – 0722-205753 email@example.com
Mungatana, Danson Buya – Garsen – NARC-K – 0722-411971 firstname.lastname@example.org
Munyes, John Kiyonga – Turkana North – PNU – 0721-339094 email@example.com
Murungi, Kiraitu – South Imenti – PNU – 0721-240863 firstname.lastname@example.org
Musila, David – Mwingi South – ODM-K – 0722 571117 email@example.com
Musyoka, Stephen Kalonzo – Mwingi North – ODM-K – 0722 523 872 / 0735 161 588
Mwangi, Onesmus Kigumo – PNU – 0722-778581 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mwatela, Andrew Calist – Mwatate – ODM 0733 719 871
Mwiria, Valerian Kilemi – Tigania West – PNU – 0733-657562 email@example.com
Ndambuki, Gideon Musyoka – Kaiti – ODM-K – 0720-384553/0734-758567 firstname.lastname@example.org
Githae, Robinson Njeru – Ndia – PNU – 722514837
Nkaisserry, Joseph Kasaine – Kajiado Central – ODM – 0721-356786 email@example.com
Nyong’o, Peter Anyang’ – Kisumu Rural – ODM – 0733 454 133 firstname.lastname@example.org
Odinga, Raila Amolo – Langata – ODM – 0733 620 736 email@example.com
Oginga, Oburu Bondo – ODM – 0733 818517/ 0724-105493 firstname.lastname@example.org
Odeke, Sospeter Ojaamongson Amagoro – ODM – 0733 967345 / 0722 813819
Ojode, Joshua Orwa Ndhiwa – ODM – 0722- 514830 Ojode7@hotmail.com
Okemo, Chrysanthus Nambale – ODM – 0733-608895 Chrisokemo@yahoo.com
Olweny, Patrick Ayiecho – Muhoroni – ODM – 0722-734187/0733-784633
Onyancha, Charles – Bonchari – ODM – 0722-248190 email@example.com
Oparanya, Wycliffe Ambetsa – Butere – ODM – 0722 521856
Osebe, Walter Enock Nyambati – Kitutu Masaba – N LP – 0722 724 556
Poghisio, Samuel Losuron Kacheliba – ODM-K – 0722-520663 / 0734-200836 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruto, Samoei William K. – Eldoret North – ODM – 0722 517 997 email@example.com
Shaban Naomi Namsi Taveta KANU 0722 814 412
Shitanda, Peter Soita – Malava – NEW FORD-K – 0721-341241 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sugow Ahmed Aden Fafi KANU 0721-596726
Twaha, Yasin Fahim – Lamu West – NARC-K – 0722-925108
Wekesa, Noah Muhlanganga – Kwanza – PNU – 0722-774374 email@example.com
Were, David Aoko Matungu – ODM – 0722 707548/0733 569180 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wetangula – Moses Makisa Sirisia – PNU – 0722 517 302 / 806 363 email@example.com
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF KENYA
Amos Wako 0722 772 453
This is the Phone numbers for the MP for Baringo North
Name: Hon William Kipkiror Cheptumo, LLB, MP, Assistant Minister for Ministry of Justice & National Cohesion
Tel numbers 0711696756; 0722716103.
Thanks have a good day
Elizabeth Ongoro (Kasarani) – 0723870741,0722897529
Mathioya’s Mp Mobile
Henry Kosgey – 0722 759877
Kangundo MP Johnstone muthama, His number is 0733900300
Kitui South MP. Isaac Mulatya Muoki 0722 295903.
Musalia Mudavadi -0722527614
Uhuru Kenyatta – 0722463891
MP for Nyeri Town constituency and MInister for Gender and Children Affairs – Esther Murugi Mathenge: 0722932794 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred Outa’s (MP Nyando) no. is 0722818983
Godfrey Majiwa’s (Nairobi Mayor) is 0722309236
Cllr Lule (Mbotela) in Makadara constituency 0724901445
It’s minus 8 degrees and 3 days of waiting has finally ended. A flight from San Diego, landed in Philly, then diverted to Orlando (not London), and arrived with passengers but not their luggage. Nice! Thanks US Airways!
Joshua arrived with only the underwear on his butt and they have been there for 3 days already. His luggage has gone awol. Despite the sub zero temperatures outside, he would not be seen dead in any of the warm clothes I brought to the airport for him. We left thousands of others waiting for friends and family at Gatwick, listening to the robotic voice making a global apology about the extraordinary delays. There wasn’t even a seat for people to sit on and the ridiculous Christmas tree took up so much space that we were all crammed together like sardines. The arrivals hall wasn’t even heated. Christmas cheer my ass. I’m surprised there wasn’t a riot. I had a good 2 hours wait and used it to practice mind over body (standing position in the blistering cold), and to study people.
Arriving passengers came through the arrivals avenue in bulges, as if they were being dumped out in lorry loads. You could tell where everyone was from by their behaviour, and clothes. I watched a black woman and her daughter lurching in the middle of one bulge, with everyone jostling and overtaking them. They had to be Nigerians. When they finally emerged I could see that they were struggling with a totally oversized and overstuffed suitcase. I don’t think it could even fit on a trolley, or perhaps the mother was too stingy to pay for one.
The black suitcase had the profile of two Kenyan policeman standing back to back, a low pregnant bulge on either side. The mother was pulling on a ridiculous strap, while the daughter pushed from behind. The undersized and rather bent suitcase wheels were not exactly making it easy and the bag swung back and forth as the pair strained. It looked like they were trying to get an unwilling cow to the market.
I wondered what was in that case and imagined plastic bags filled with heads of monkeys, duikers, porcupines, and other bushmeat … I even looked behind to see if there was a trail of blood, by now their Christmas feast must have defrosted given the 2 day flight delay. How boring, there wasn’t.
They glared at the welcoming crowd in arrivals. I’m sure we were all wondering the same thing. Who in the world makes such gigantic suitcases? Certainly not China – I mean the case was as tall as a chinese person. Unless they are designed for people trafficking – they could stack their clients in standing position. The Chinese are so resourceful.
I could tell that this pair was African. the mother in her colourful puffy shouldered print dress. And the daughter in the most gaudy pink jacket. Their welcoming party gave it away, instead of calling their names, they got their attention by making kissing sounds and loud hissing through their teeth.
The woman was rather obese. I could immediately see the advantage that her size gave her. Everyone moved out of her way when she moved. She probably got two seats for the price of one on her flight. And clearly, her welcoming party were in great praise of her gargantuan features. They left talking loudly, as if they were on Nigerian TV.
After they had gone the airport returned to a boring wait, then I saw a sign that made me laugh. A severely armed police man was pulling a little black and rather important looking case on wheels. On the case was big yellow writing.
“Forced entry will destroy contents”.
Yes it will! I thought as I planned putting this on my T-shirt.
Josh, arrived in T-shirt and jeans, canvas shoes. He has grown taller (will it ever stop). We rode the train from Gatwick lost in our conversation about submarines. Now 18 his big desire to go to be initiated into adulthood by going to a British pub legally. But that was thwarted when we threw his 3 day old clothes in the washer and offered him the only clothes that would fit his giraffe features, a pair of bright red bell bottoms.
We ended up having beers at home and pizza take out before the jetlag and exhaustion sucked him into dreamland.
I’ve been off line for a while. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking about my blog … I’ve been going to amazing places in my heart and on the ground…..
On Safari to Bogoria with Satya Dam was inspirational. He taught us all lots, made me laugh but almost killed me.
The flamingos arrive…
Sometimes it takes someone else to remind you that the simplest decision to make is when you only have one choice.
We were hiking through dense thorn bush, getting bruised and torn, on a blazing hot day, exhausted, dehydrated and sunburned. We climbed hills and descended valleys, and got lost along the way many times. After 5 terrible hours, we finally found the cave we were looking for…… and there was nothing in it. The rock art we were searching for had gone.
That’s what happens in life, sometimes it’s the journey not the summit that matters.
I need your help.
On August 1st 2010, the president of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, approved the construction of a controversial highway across the Serengeti National Park – long story short, it will kill the great wildebeest migration. WE MUST NOT LET THIS HAPPEN.
Please write to the Tanzanian Ambassador in your country, region to protest the construction of the highway. Here is some suggested text, and some key contacts.
Please circulate this information as widely as you can – on your own blogs, twitter, FB etc.
President of the Republic of Tanzania
Dear President Kikwete
While I understand and support the need for Tanzania to develop her cities and natural resources, I think that the Tanzanian decision to construct a highway across the Serengeti the greatest threat in the Serengeti’s history, and will destroy a globally important heritage, the great Wildebeest migration.
Scientists have warned that the highway which is in the direct path of ancient wildlife migration routes will destroy the migration and will have disastrous effects on the entire ecosystem. The northern parts of the Serengeti and the adjacent Masai Mara are critical for the wildebeest and zebra migration during the dry season, as it is the only permanent year-round water source for these herds.
I appeal to you and the government of Tanzania to stop the planned construction of this highway and choose an alternate route that offers a safer alternative route to the south which bypasses Serengeti altogether. Please listen to the voices of millions of people world wide, and do not damage the legacy of your first president, Julius Nyerere who gave the Tanzania global recognition for conservation achievements. A reputation which your country still enjoys.
<your name, address, and contacts>
|Consulate of Tanzania in Angola send edits
Rua Conego manuel das Neves 170 C.P. 1333
Office Hours: 9:00-2:30
|Consulate of Tanzania in Australia send edits
3rd Floor, MPH Building 23 Barrack Street PERTH WA 6000
Phone: +61 (0) 8 9221 0033
Fax: +61 (0) 8 9221 0133
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaconsul.com/
|Consulate of Tanzania in Melbourne, Australia send edits
Level 2, 222 La Trobe Street
Phone: (61-3) 9667 0243
Fax: (61-3) 9663 2616
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaconsul.org
|Consulate of Tanzania in Bangladesh send edits
53/2 dit Extension ROAD, Naya Polton, Dhaka 1000
Phone: (+880-2)-83-6203 / 41-9299 / 41-3997
|Embassy of Tanzania in Brussels, Belgium send edits
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 72 – 1050 Brussels
Phone: (32-2) 640- 6500, 640- 6527, 647-6749
Fax: (27-12) 646-8026
|Embassy of Tanzania in Canada send edits
50 Range Road
Ottawa, Ontario KIN 8J4, Canada
Phone: (613) 232 1500 /232-1509
Fax: (613) 232 5184
Web Site: http://www.tzrepottawa.ca/
|Embassy of Tanzania in China send edits
8 Liang Ma He Nan Lu, Sanlitun, Beijing 100600 P.R. CHINA.
Phone: (+86) 010 65321719
Fax: (+86) 010 65324351
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaembassy.org.cn
|Embassy of Tanzania in Congo – Republic of send edits
142 Boulevard 30 Jin B. P. 1612
Fax: (0982) 21400
|Consulate of Tanzania in Denmark send edits
Visa Office: Gothersgade 21 DK- 1123 Copenhagen
Phone: + 45 33 16 49 00
Web Site: http://www.tanzania-consulate.dk
|Embassy of Tanzania in Egypt send edits
9, Abdel Hamid Loutfy, Street
Dokki-Cairo, Arab Republic
Phone: (20-2) 3374286, 704446, 346017
Fax: (20-2) 704446
|Embassy of Tanzania in Ethiopia send edits
P. O. Box 1077, Addis Ababa,
City: Addis Ababa
Phone: (251-1) 511063, 612904, 518155
|Embassy of Tanzania in France send edits
13 Avenue Raymond, Pointcare,
75116 Paris, France
Phone: (+33) 1 53 70 63 66
Fax: (+33) 1 47 55 05 46
Office Hours: The Visa Department is opened Mondays to Fridays from 10H00 to 13H00.
|Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Berlin, Germany send edits
Eschenallee 11, 14050 Berlin
Charlottenburg, westend) Germany P.O. Box 191226
Phone: (+49) 0228-358051
Web Site: http://www.tanzania-gov.de/
|Embassy of Tanzania in India send edits
EP-15C, Chanakyapuri, New Dehi-110 021
New Delhi 110016, India
City: New Delhi
Fax: (91-11) 24122862
|Embassy of Tanzania in Italy send edits
Viale Cortina d’ Ampezzo, 18
|Consulate of Tanzania in Italy send edits
Via Cesare, Beccaria 88
|Consulate of Tanzania in Italy send edits
Via Santa Sofia 12
Phone: +39-2-58307534 /+39-2-258307126
|Embassy of Tanzania in Japan send edits
21-9, Kamiyoga 4, Chome Setagaya – Ku
Tokyo 158, Japan
Phone: (03) 425 4531/3
Fax: (008133) 425 7844
|Embassy of Tanzania in Kenya send edits
Taifa Road Re-insurance Plaza, 9th Floor
Phone: (+254-2)-331056 / 331057 / 331104
|Embassy of Tanzania in Mozambique send edits
Ujamaa House, P. O . Box 4515, Maputo, Mozambique
Phone: 263-4) 721870, 722627,882265
Fax: (263-4) 724172
|Consulate of Tanzania in Netherlands send edits
Parallelweg Zuid 215
2914 LE Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel
Web Site: http://www.tanzania.nl/
|High Commission of Tanzania in Abuja, Nigeria send edits
11, Ganges Street, Ministers Hill,
Phone: (+234) 9 4132313/12
Fax: (+234) 9 4132314
Office Hours: 08:00hrs – 15:00hrs
|Embassy of Tanzania in Nigeria send edits
8 Agoro Odiyan Street, Victoria Island
Fax: +234-1-610016 / +234-1-618908
|Consulate of Tanzania in Ruwi, Oman send edits
P.O. Box 3489, RUWI
Postal Code 112
Sultanate of Oman
Phone: 00 968 607055
Fax: 00 968 600970
|Tanzanian Embassy, Philippines send edits
Tokyo 158-0098 Japan
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaembassy.or.jp/english/e_index.html
|Description: Tanzania Embassy ( TANZANREP-TOKYO ) is the office in charge of diplomatic activities between the Governments of the United Republic of Tanzania and those of Japan, Republic of Korea, Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.|
|Embassy of Tanzania in Russia send edits
Pyatnitskaya, Ulitsa 33
Phone: 231 8126, 231 5431
|Embassy of Tanzania in Rwanda send edits
15 avenue Paul VI, B.P. 3973,
|Embassy of Tanzania in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia send edits
P. O. Box 94320, Riyadh 11693
Fax: 00 9661 454 9660
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaembassy-sa.com/
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: 8:30 to 3:30 from Saturday to Wednesday
|Embassy of Tanzania in Souh Africa send edits
845 Goont Avenue
Phone: (+27-12)-3424371 / 3424393 / 3426378
|The Honorary Consulate of Tanzania in Seoul send edits
C/O Hyundai Corporation, Hyundai Building 2F 140-2, Kye – dong Chrongro-ku
|Tanzania Embassy in Tokyo, Japan send edits
21-9, Kamiyoga 4,Chome Setagaua-Ku
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaembassy.or.jp
|Embassy of Tanzania in Stockholm, Sweden send edits
111 60, Stockholm
Phone: 46 8 503 206 00/1
Fax: 46 8 503 206 02
Web Site: http://www.tanemb.se/
|Embassy of Tanzania in Geneva, Switzerland send edits
47 Avenue Blanc, CH
Phone: (004122) 731 8920
Fax: (4122) 732 8255
|Consulate of Tanzania in Bangkok, Thailand send edits
S.L.D. Condominium, 3rdFL., 501 Saladaeng 1, Rama IV Road
Phone: +66-2-2358282 / +66-2-2358283
|Consulate of Tanzania in Istambul, Turkey send edits
Min Kemal Oke CADDESI No. 10/4, 80 200 Nisantasi
Phone: (+90-212)-2466142 / 2477261 / 2345679
|Embassy of Tanzania in Kampala, Uganda send edits
6 Kagera Road, P. O. 5750, Kampala, Uganda
Phone: (41) 257357, 242815, 256272
Fax: (041) 242890
|Embassy of Tanzania in Uganda send edits
6 Kagera Road
Phone: (+256-41) 256272 / 257357 / 342306
Fax: +256-41-343973 / +256-41-075-787838
|Embassy of Tanzania in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates send edits
Madinat Zayed, 14th street
Behind Al Najda street , Villa No.27
City: Abu Dhabi
Office Hours: From Sunday – Thursday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
|Consulate of Tanzania in United Arab Emirates send edits
|High Commission of the United Republic of Tanzania in London, United Kingdom send edits
3 Stratford Place
London W1C 1AS
Phone: +44 (0) 207 569 1470
Fax: 004420 7495 8817
Web Site: http://www.tanzania-online.gov.uk/
|Embassy of the Republic of Tanzania in the United States of America send edits
1232 22nd Street NW, Washington D.C 20037
Washington, DC 20008
City: Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202)884-1080, (202)939-6125/7
Web Site: http://www.tanzaniaembassy-us.org
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9 AM – 5 PM
|Embassy of Tanzania in Lusaka, Zambia send edits
Ujamaa House, No,5200, United Nations Avenue
P. O. Box 31219
10101 Lusaka, Zambia
Fax: 260 01 254861
|Embassy of Tanzania in Lusaka, Zambia send edits
Ujamaa House, No. 4200, United Nations Avenue
Phone: +260-1-243222 / 243224 / 250826
|Embassy of Tanzania in Harare, Zimbabwe send edits
Ujamaa House, 23 Baines Avenue
Phone: (263-4) 721870, 722627, 882265
Fax: (263-4) 724172
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