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Madagascar: More than just Lemurs

Words & Photographs: Louisa Feiter

The rain came softly at first, a gentle pitter-patter on the umbrella above us, but then the heavens opened and a cascade of rain hit the streets of Antananarivo. 955 more words

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Settling in..

It has been a busy time in Tukuyu, and the 3G has faced significant difficulties which rendered me somewhat ‘off the grid’ but don’t fear because during this dark dark time of gridlessness I wrote a blog anyway – thus the following all happened a few weeks ago but if you’d like to know what madness occured, please do read! 750 more words

Volunteering

After UN-Kinshasa fallout, operations against FDLR begin in eastern DRC

(cross-published at African Arguments and modified/extended from IRIN, photo © Guy Oliver/IRIN)

In early January 2015 joint operations between UN combat troops and Congolese soldiers against rebels who refused to disarm in eastern DRC were announced, repeatedly, as being imminent. 1,179 more words

War And Peace

HELP CURE 3RD WORLD POVERTY IN AFRICA

POVERTY IN AFRICA CAN BE CURED OVERNIGHT WITHOUT ANY AFRICANS NEEDING TO TAKE TRAUMATIC JOURNEYS OVER THOUSANDS OF MILES TO REACH EUROPE AND YOU CAN HELP WITH THIS CAUSE! 255 more words

Politics And Political Corruption

Is there a kabbalah specific to Africa?

I have named Kabbalah in Africa and someone could think that there is a Kabbalah specific to Africa. Indeed there is no such thing! The Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom 5000 years ago that just explain that there is a connection between all the human beings existing in this world. 341 more words

Africa

Podcast: Luntsford Ladies on South Africa

For your listening pleasure, here is a podcast on South Africa!

This podcast features four other girls: Taylor, Kayla, Mallie, and Laura. They live in the same dormitory as me, which is named Luntsford. 140 more words

South Africa