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Our Arusha Volunteer Hostel

You don’t want to stay in a host family, but prefer living with other volunteers? No problem! We have a volunteer hostel in Arusha, which is close to our office and has good security. 211 more words

Local models of conflict prevention in Haiti

Wenche Hauge is an experienced researcher at PRIO, and a respected connoisseur of Latin American and Haitian politics and society here in Norway. Her trajectory includes several projects in Haiti, including collaborations with another of our conference speakers, … 74 more words

Conferance Speakers

Pole sana (very sorry) my friends for keeping you waiting on this post for so long. This post is dedicated to my avid readers who have (now) successfully prodded and questioned me for my initial on-the-ground post in Arusha. 1,660 more words

Internship at YUVA Unstoppable

ABOUT: YUVA Unstoppable   aims    to        act      as        a         catalyst           in        the            development,  improvement   and      growth of         youth   and children. Since     2005,  YUVA            Unstoppable   has      mobilized       more than 100,000 volunteers            and      has       benefited            240,00 underprivileged                     In        the      year     2012    alone,   YUVA            Unstoppable    conducted approximately       700     various            activities         that     impacted            roughly 50,000           less privileged kids. 17 more words


You Cant Change the World

As i prepare my meal for the 8 hour shift that is about to take place, I almost convince myself to calling in sick.
On the way into the Amway doors, I text my friend about the dread of going to work. 606 more words


The sun was shining strong  giving a view of lights sparkling on the surface of the river Jhellum, on the bank of which was situated a small village called rajjodi.The population of the village comprised of around 250 human heads with not more than 100 cattle like sheep, goat, cows, buffalo and some untamed dogs. 1,012 more words


Hector Aleem describes two nation theory in Pakistan

Before the arrival of Islam in the subcontinent, nations living there like Christians, Buddhists and Hindus were living peacefully, then came the robbers and thugs like Mohammad Bin Qasim, Mehmood Ghaznavi and others from Afghanistan and Middle East, who disturbed those peaceful people and demolished and ruined their worship places. 1,178 more words

Hector Aleem