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Getting to 30

In a few weeks I’ll be 70 years old.

My last post was called, “Being 20″.  It was 1965. I became a teacher that year, went to Alberta for my first teaching assignment, met my future husband, and became engaged before the end of the year. 249 more words

Retirement

7 Must-Visit Hotels in Africa


Two of the biggest misconceptions about Africa is that the entire continent is pitifully and irreparably mired in poverty and overrun by sick  people who are ill and dying from a host of infectious diseases.   1,260 more words

Blogging

New schools for Planting a Future

We are happy to announce that we are taking 2 more schools into the project:

Muyala Community School is 86 km away from the greatnorth road (Livingstone road). 103 more words

Allgemein

Looking for Sponsors

Hello Kubukas!

As many of you already know, 20 children from Mwandi Community have been able to continue and soon complete their secondary education. This is thanks to Elena’s family and friends who five years ago decided to sponsor these children with the help of Joyce, assuring the money needed for the school fees arrived and was used in a correct and honest way. 393 more words

Sin Categoría

CAN UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP: AMUNEKE EXPECTS TOUGH DRAW

Emmanuel Amuneke, Golden Eaglets Head Coach, has predicted there won’t be any easy match at next year’s CAN Under-17 Championship to be hosted in Niger between February 15 and March 1, 2015. 327 more words

Football

The Single Story- Part 1

In 2009 Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche gave TED Talk called “The Danger Of A Single Story.”  It is by far the most powerful illustration of the need for cultural competence, and the harm that ignorance can cause.   681 more words

Zambia

To the Rain

On rainy days we don’t go anywhere. We don’t go anywhere because there’s nowhere to go. Sit in the corner, watch the water fall, the whole world is in my head. 611 more words

Travel