Fascinating and exciting encounter with Carla del Ponte former prosecuteur for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda ICTR to talk about the role of the Tribunal that is based in the city of Arusha in Tanzania.
Without coffee there is no tomorrow (Asia’s motto) Before climbing Kilimanjaro you must stop at Asia’s coffee shop in Moshi. She prepares the best cappuccino in town! Aroma coffee shop website: here
Phyllis Johnson, International Women Coffee Alliance Vice-President, our partner, will be a panelist at Brazil’s II World Forum of Local Economic Development on October 31, 2013. The panel will focus on gender equality and local economic development, and Phyllis will provide insight from IWCA’s work in Africa.
Introducing our association to Sandrine Salerno, the Mayor of Geneva, and Geneva women’s groups [nggallery id=7]
Geneva, May 25th 2013: Meeting with Margaret Swallow, member of the International Women’s Coffee Alliance, to collaborate on the first chapter of our book.
Fascinating and exciting discussion as well as wonderful moment shared with 3 women entrepreneurs in Zanzibar: Salma and Naila who both manage a hotel and with Salma who is a teacher and a fruit juice seller. Salma’s hotel in Stonetown: Kiponda B&B Naima’s hotel in Bwejuu: Palm Beach Inn
Nice and interesting encounter with the Tinga Tinga Women painters in their Dar es Salaam workshop Tinga Tinga website: here
Amazing interview of Holo Makwaia, an outstanding and courageous woman, former prosecutor at International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda ICTR, who in 2011, convicted a woman ex-Rwandan minister who has been charged with atrocities committed in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. More information on this case: here
Encounter with Asia, the wonderful and dynamic Aroma Coffee House owner in Moshi and new partner of Women in Action Worldwide
Thanks to Fonds Mécenat SIG to support our project in Tanzania