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March 15, 2010

Thanx to the management of MIGOZ Supermarket we are able to offer a wide range of DADA products, conveniently placed in one big shelf. MIGOZ adds only overhead costs to the prices of our products to support the sale..

Please support local producers and ask for DADA products at MIGOZ Supermarket, Zanzibar, Airport Road.

New workshop at Matemwe

February 23, 2010

DADA production, packaging and stock keeping are now in one location. DTP/Weltwärts volunteers put in great effort to refurnish our duka mbuyu. Under the canopy of a giant baobab tree the little shop holds at display a variety of  DADA products.

Christin and Mira posing with dried fruits in their new self-furnished shop.

Please visit DADA women cooperatives at work on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:00 to 2:00, Matemwe, Kituo cha Jua, Zanzibar

Thank you!

December 31, 2009

Dear friends and customers of the DADA project. We like to thank you for supporting us throughout the year 2009 and encouraging us with helpful and constructive criticism. Our wish for 2010 is that more of the hotels will buy Dada products rather than imports to make tourism on the island more sustainable.

DADA wellness

October 26, 2009


latest news

October 3, 2009

baobabjam blogToday we made BAOBAB JAM and SPICY TOMATO JAM, most of which is commissioned by Matemwe (Retreat and Bungalows). For the Tomato Jam we even got great feedback on TripAdvisor, probably the first time a jam was actually mentioned as a travel highlight.

We also prepared our own organically grown papayas today to be in the solar dryers. If it stays as sunny as most days, we can take them out Monday and seal them for freshness.

From Thursday they will be available at the Moto shop in Hurumzi, Stonetown, Zanzibar. Karibuni.

cut papaya

clean papaya

gigngermustard blogAnd our two volunteers were busy labelling the new batch of Ginger Mustard and Date Mustard.

The volunteers made their first solar bread a few days ago in the solar oven. Please have a look at the volunteer page