Newsletter – February 2013

Enjoy the latest edition of the AVFCW newsletter, where we highlight former AVFCW student Kimberly Fogg’s challenges while working in Tanzania.

The Tanzanian government imposed a 55% tax on the filters. When GSP representatives refused to pay the fee, filters were held in Kenya for almost 90 days, resulting in $650 in warehouse fees; also, the teachers went on strike because they had not been paid for 6 months and the schools were closed for one month.

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