Day 22


Some photos of the forest reserve to go with Liz’s post. – Bryan


Our guide for the day, Ephraim







3 Responses to “Day 22”

  1. 1 An appreciative mom June 26, 2007 at 11:14 pm

    Sorry to hear the creeping crud has struck our fearless adventurers. Hope to learn soon that all of you are on the mend and ready to enjoy your last days. As always ‘love the photographs.

  2. 2 Kat Deutsch June 27, 2007 at 3:33 pm

    Ok so this may sound ridiculous but I am completely jealous of everyone on this trip! Bryan, as always, the photos are really really REALLY really good. Really (and I´m glad to hear that you ended up going for a seond year).

    You guys are going to have a really (apparently I like that word today) good documentary I can just tell. Just reading the entries made me want to go on another SOW trip, but then I realized, oh yeah… can´t.

    Anyway, for all of those sticking with SOW next year… come to Nicaragua!!! Or just come to visit, even if you´re not doing SOW.

    Ok jumping off track. Just wanted to say good job and I´m jealous and your trip looks amazing and I´d love to hear more in-depth comparisons between Tanzania and Ethiopia whenever you have a chance.



  3. 3 Sara B.'s Mom June 27, 2007 at 10:14 pm

    Thanks to all of you for the beautiful photographs and daily logs of your amazing experiences in Tanzania. I look forward to seeing them every single day.

    We appreciate hearing from you so much, and hope that eveyone is feeling better by now.

    Have a safe journey back over the next week.

    Sara B.’s Mom

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Students of the World, an organization conceived by college students and led by students, is devoted to spreading awareness about social justice issues through documentary work. In particular, we focus on non-governmental organizations affecting change in the international community.

Summer ’07

This June, the Columbia team will travel to Tanzania, where we will study two Africare-partnered organizations. The Community-Based Orphan Care, Protection and Empowerment (COPE) Project seeks to increase the community's ability to provide support and care for vulnerable children. The Kilimanjaro Landscape Conservation Partnership (KLCPP) aims to preserve both the communities of Kilimanjaro and its natural attributes.

Summer ’06

Last summer, the Columbia team - in its inaugural SOW trip - traveled with Brown to Ethiopia, where we studied the HIV/AIDS testing and treatment sites of the African Services Committee. For photographs from that trip, please click the "Photos" tab at the top of the page.

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