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Sister Martha’s fight for albino rights – DW (Deutsche Welle) WorldLink

Tanzania’s Sister Martha is likened to Mother Teresa by friends. Born Martha Mganga, this 50-year-old albino has spent the last 30 years educating Tanzanians about the plight of PWA – persons with albinism. She goes to rural communities, where albino

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#RightsMedia report: Investigative #journalist exposes shocking truth about #Tanzania

Former BBC journalist, and now executive director of Under the Same Sun Tanzania, Vicky Ntetema‘s pursuit of the truth has lead to more understanding about the killing of persons with albinism (PWA) in Tanzania. Her investigative reports shone light on

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A modern day Mother Teresa: Tanzania’s Sister Martha

ARUSHA, Tanzania — Meet Martha Mganga. She’s a 50-year-old Tanzanian woman with albinism. She’s not afraid to use the term “albino” when referring to herself and others living with this condition. Albinism is defined as a rare, non-contagious, genetically-inherited condition occurring

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