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Let's Talk Equality: Midwives of the World - Part 1

In order to reach a completely equal society, all basic human rights need to be secured. One of these is maternal health. The success of a country can often be traced back to successful maternal health programming. 312 more words

Maternal Health

There will be apples

My photos is from Fredriksdal, Museums & Gardens.
I was there easter saturday, but since then it has been very cold and windy so I haven’t revisited the gorgeous surroundings since. 160 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Il n'est jamais trop tard pour reprendre.

Ça fait quasiment 6 mois jour pour jour que je n’ai rien publié sur le blog, et pourtant, ils s’en sont passées des choses! Disons que, tout comme certains animaux, le blog a hiberné le temps d’un froid et long hiver suédois. 632 more words


Ännu en urban vandring

För mig har närhet till friluftsliv alltid varit viktigt. Att besöka vandringsleder i närheten av din hemstad är ett fantastiskt sätt att sänka tröskeln för att ta sig ut. 170 more words


My two home cities

When I’m working I do this mainly in our capital Stockholm, this is an evening view of the centre

But when I’m off work I spend my time in Helsingborg together with my family, this is foggy day down at the harbour area


When in Sweden

I watched in awe as semi-trailer trucks and cars drove onto the ferry without hesitation. My host mom, Marie-Therese, had explained that the ferry from Denmark to Sweden served as a “highway” of sorts, but I hadn’t expected it to be anything like this. 447 more words


Nearly Shipwrecked! Thoughts for the New Year...

As the year wound down last week, I was talking with someone about the ministry and sufferings of the Apostle Paul. My Quiet Time Schedule for the year included the closing pages of Acts and the shipwreck off Malta. 563 more words

Daily Devotionals