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Monday Morning

Today was a great beginning to the week. Firstly, it tried to snow last night and it was beautifully sunny today. It was like one of those blue days in Vancouver where you know the snowboard season is right around the corner and it actually makes you look forward to winter. 933 more words


One Month!

It’s officially been a month since I’ve left home. I can’t believe it. I feel like Amsterdam, my briefing in Uzbekistan, and saying goodbye to Eric were so long ago. 754 more words


Nomi Man Hilary

Nomi man Hilary. Man az Canada. Schmuo chi khel? Man nadgz rakhmet. My name is Hilary. I come from Canada. How are you? I am fine, thank you. 1,476 more words


Access Campaign

My images from the work on Children with TB in Tajikistan for MSF, made the cover and inside of their Access Campaign.


New House, New Job

It’s officially the end of my first week in Dushanbe. The good news is that I already feel like my feet are more firmly planted on the ground and I’m starting to get a bit of a routine; however, I’m still not in a cooking or food routine and what is mine in the house consists of a box of oatmeal. 1,261 more words


Thembi Jakiwe - The Strength of a Woman

Respectfully yet honestly captured, of a 12 year old little girl who has been diagnosed with MDR-TB in Cape Town, South Africa.

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