After 40 Years of Effort, Tanzania Creates New Protected Area for Endangered Monkeys
It's taken a long time, conservationists say, partly because of complicated land ownership issues.
Field Notes: Preparing for a Women's Soccer Match in Tanzania
Jumbi, Zanzibar, Tanzania: The Green Queens warm up ahead of a match. Men on the island have long resisted women's presence on the field, but a small cadre is challenging traditional gender norms.
In Tanzania, the President Strikes Out Against Contraception
President John Magufuli has suspended advertising by family planning organizations, raising outcry among human rights groups.
Africa's Fastest-Growing City Sees Benefits From More Female Engineers
In Dar es Salaam, more women are gaining access to careers in engineering—and they're bringing innovative and inclusive ideas along with them.
Field Notes: An Abandoned Forest in Eastern Tanzania
John Mganga walks through a forest at night near his former workplace, the Amani Hill Research Station.
The Long-Term Harm Caused by Short-Term Exposure to Violence
A study of the political upheaval in Kenya shows what harm violence can have on the children who witness it.