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Worms be gone for 360 kids!

And there are still about 150 pills left for other villages outside and around Makelle.

I headed to Dongolat, a village and project site of the coordinator on Makelle University’s side, Girmay. 653 more words

Ethiopia

If only we were boys: A chauvinistic masterpiece

Today I finally have internet.

It’s common to hear people say “Africa is hell on Earth”. Well, it is, and it felt like it has been even for some privileged forengees like us, in some respects. 894 more words

Ethiopia

Day 4 of growing

Today was the fourth day of the aeroponic fodder growth. The internet is really slow today and refuses to upload pictures, someone in my building must be downloading some illegal stuff… inconsiderate. 616 more words

Africa

Make me sweet, not bitter

This whole experience is just making me become a bitter person, which I naturally am not. How dishearted would you be in the following situation?: 987 more words

Ethiopia

Brazil... Where The Warmth of The People Intersects with Hospitality

Brazil is considered an outdoor country, where the tropical land, jungles, waterfalls and beaches allows visitors an environment of wonder for enjoyment. Brazil has the largest variety of fruits of any country in the world and the colorful scenery is alluring. 600 more words

Developing Country

The end of the Fasting Period

Since there is virtually nothing to do here on the weekends and my colleague has been sick in bed for two days recovering from a parasite infection. 633 more words

Ethiopia

India... A Place Rich In Color and Culture

A trip half way around the world allows a student of exploration an opportunity to meet the wonderful people of India and discover a place rich in color and culture. 855 more words

Developing Country