Archive for year: 2014
Pre-order your copy of Tanzania Travelogue online.
Discover Tanzania through the eyes and experiences of women.
Pre-order a copy: here
We have sign up a co-publishing contract with Éditions d’en bas, a Swiss based publisher, to launch the collection The World of Women in April 2015.
We are proud of this partnership. Éditions d’en bas is also member of the International Alliance of independent publishers, composed of six linguistic networks covering five continents; they take part in solidarity co-publishing projects under the Fair Trade Book label.
The collection that makes you discover the world through the eyes and experiences of women
Information and pre-orders for the first volume Tanzania Travelogue will be online October 20th 2014
Our reporter Hilary Tagg has met with the brave Tanzanian journalist Vicky Ntetema who has won an international award for her BBC reports on the murder of albinos. The International Women’s Media Foundation gave her a Courage in Journalism Award for her investigation.
Before the publishing of the original interview that will be published in Spring 2015 in Travelogue Tanzania, first volume of the collection The world of women, click here for more information.
Seaweed is the 2nd largest industry in Zanzibar after tourism. Around 15’000 women work in seaweed farming. Making less than 2USD per day on average. Seaweed is exported to Europe, America and Asia. The Seaweed Center in Zanzibar manufactures higher value skin products significantly increasing women’s income.
Hilary Tagg, writer and editor, has joined our team to collaborate on “Travelling to Tanzania” book, first volume of “The world of women” collection that we’ll be launched in Spring 2015.
We are happy to announce our collaboration with Maasai Association and share their motto with you: A Maasai without culture is as a zebra without stripes Click on picture below to visit Maasai association website:
Women in action Worldwide meeting in Yangon to work on Women’s voice collection project and edit pictures with itinerant photographer Giuseppe Salerno.