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Introduction Social distancing sounds like a new phenomenon, though it has been there for as long as contagious diseases started ravaging humanity – following Adam and Eve fall into sin. The Moses Law (Torat) had strict rules of isolating the lepers to prevent contagion of the deadly disease. Leviticus 13:45-46 says “The leprous person who has...

By Ephraim Nkonya He is a soft-spoken, tall and gentle giant with a knack of sharing information, caring and innovations. He was raised in the Rocky City of Mwanza by an Adventist mother and a non-Adventist father. He is the first child of five children. During his childhood, he used to play soccer on the famous...

By Ephraim Nkonya Orupa carries a radiant smile that gives you one clear sign right at first sight – she is a pleasant young lady, full of grace and happiness that we read in Philippians 4:4 which urges us to “always rejoice in the Lord.” A resident of Maryland and third generation Adventist and daughter of...

A Three weeks Satellite Net Event, conducted at Chato Geita, Tanzania, with the main speaker Dr. Pr. Carlton Byrd from Breath of Life, has ended with the harvest of  15,556 people for Christ.  The Satellite evangelistic event started on February 15 and ended on March 7, 2020. Being a speaker for two weeks, Dr. Byrd, captured...

Shukrani Magoma – TAUS Secretary General By Ephraim Nkonya Meet Magoma, the man of God Magoma is an accountant at the National Democratic Institute – which supports democratic institutions and practices in the world. Magoma enjoys the mission of his institute of helping other countries enhance democratic reforms and accountability. Just like Simon (Peter) who allowed Jesus to...

Project Duration: January 2, 2019 – December 31, 2022 Introduction Health services in Tanzania are among the poorest in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). There are only 4.6 professional health workers in Tanzania per 10,000 people, which is only 20% of the recommendation of 23 skilled health workers (doctors, nurses, midwives) per 10,000 people (WHO 2017). Tanzania is also...