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My first Farmers Market in Dar es Salaam

So here is a quick recap of my weekend. I was hearing a lot about the farmers market which was going to happen at Oysterbay shopping centre and i thought i would go check it out and get some pictures of my own.

It was really a great experience and what i loved the most was the variety of awesome Tanzanian made products, which were package well and also tasted great.
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Sweet Rebel was in the building with their awesome cookies.
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Jam made in Tanzania! Deeelliiousss!!
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Some cheese made by the Agape Women’s Group, they had quite a variety.IMG_1309-2 IMG_1311-2 IMG_1313-2

Soya powder for a good soya drink.IMG_1314-2 IMG_1321-2

Dots Cupcakery was in the building indulging people with her delicious waffles and cupcakes.
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All in all, i was very impressed with the turn out of companies and the cool thing is that it will be happening every 1st saturday of the month, so all you foodies out there remember and mark your calendars.

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Model: Natasha
Photography: Osse Greca Sinare
Location: Studio
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A photo series with Model Upendo Mlay

Model: Upendo Mlay
Photography & Retouching: Osse Giovanni Greca Sinare
Photography Assistant: Pedaiah Swank John | Model
Location: Masaki, Dar es Salaam
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TIGO/REACH FOR CHANGE PRESS CONFERENCE

Today i had a great opportunity to cover the press Conference for Tigo & Reach for Change. They were announcing the winners for the campaign they were having to get 3 social entrepreneurs who have good ideas that will help change lives of children in their communities.

It was great honour to meet the three winners and take their pictures, one thing i can say i really love about them was their enthusiasm, kindness and joy, they truly made my day. As i got to know them i found out that two of them were from Moshi and one from Arusha, what a great coincidence because i am originally from Moshi even though i was born in dar es salaam (cause of my parents), and in my younger years i had the chance to stay in Arusha, so it was great to know that about them.

Here are some of the images form the press conference.

The winner with their cheques of $25,000

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