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FAQ about my JF Placement Part 3

With my design project due in 2 days, and finals right around the corner, today seemed like the best time to answer a few more of the questions I’ve been asked about my JF placement. 704 more words

Ghana Life

PIES

During the Dialogues on Development tour with Engineers without Borders we had something called PIES. It means sharing your feelings with the rest of the tour group physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. 59 more words

Introduction

FAQ about my JF Placement Part 2

Here are some more (in)frequently asked questions about my JF placement. Can you tell I am procrastinating projects and midterm studying? If you missed part 1 of this installment you can check it out… 1,240 more words

Ghana

Implementation Two is Underway!

Even though it seems like our first implementation trip just returned, our second implementation team is on the ground in Cameroon! Traveling on this team are Jonathan, Angeline, Ashley J, and Harry. 670 more words

Travel

Milk Powder

Milk powder entered my life last week, and I’m convinced it is the solution to two critical problems I’ve been having lately.

Firstly, I very much enjoy hot, caffeinated drinks, but without being able to keep milk cold (thank you, rolling blackouts) I was forced to drink my coffee/tea with sugar instead. 176 more words

Placement 2015 Launch!

Apply now for over 30 placements opportunities available in all parts of the world with EWB-UK. There is a range of placements to suit different disciplines and are from 3, 6 and 12 month long durations! 2,078 more words

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