Our ANZA 5 workshop week 1, was indeed an intense week as the team did their very best to get to the first draft of issue 5 whilst tirelessly preparing for the ANZA Upcylce fiesta. Both activities were successfully concluded on saturday 12th September, 2015. We were also joined by a group of young creative students from Ardhi University; Lydia Kanakulya, Jeremiah Oonyu, Clayton Mushi and Maurice Sekondo. These students made a remarkable logo of ANZA in the spirit of recycling.
On Day 4 of our workshop, we were hosted by Ms. Sarah Scott CEO of Archipelago Tanzania, our partners in the ANZA UPCYCLE FIESTA. We had a very nice partners and team meeting as we worked on he the final logistics of the event ahead. As we ended the week, day 5, we were privileged to have two special guests who attended our end of week one of the workshop presentation. These guests included:
- Dr. Kamugisha A.W. Byabato, Solar Energy for Sustainable Living specialist and lecturer at Ardhi University, Tanzania.
- Joel Lukhovi an artist and a photographer from Nairobi, Kenya. Joel will also be contributing to our fifth issue. You can see his works on his website or his blog.
Here is the the summary of the last three days of the week 1.
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A big thank you for all who have made this possible. After a successful first event, we are already working on our next event. Watch this space for more details.