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A-Z Blogging Challenge – Theme: Homelessness

O =Ordinary

Although the theme of this challenge is homelessness I want to explain a little more about what it has meant to me. 530 more words


The Child Soldiers of Losasia

It is 5.30 PM, Nairobians are leaving their work places and getting ready to settle in for the night after a hard day’s work. Everyone is hurrying home, doing some last minute shopping and frantically trying to get transport out of Nairobi city for the surrounding estates where a majority of the city’s work force live. 719 more words

Livestock Market

Photo of the day - My daily light!

Tough for someone to do a labour-intensive work at this altitude daily (almost 8000 ft), and tougher if it is related to sanitation as then nobody literally cares about you. 30 more words


PHILIP'S BLOG: The shame about Pride

I had about 30 seconds of doubt but, after applying an essentialist principle — if it isn’t a definite Yes it’s a definite No — I decided not to go to the Pride Parade last night. 44 more words

Philip's Blog

Seek the Welfare of the City

seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you…pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare… 334 more words


Leaving people out of development

February 4, 2015

In the urgency to grant industry its due with promises of ‘Make in India,’ the marginalised cannot continue to be victims of grave policy neglect and continuing alienation… 1,263 more words

Development Induced Displacement

Tuesday Talks with Nicole Conner

Nicole Conner was born in Hamburg, Germany. An only child, her parents moved to South Africa when she was 7. Living in apartheid-ridden South Africa through the 70’s deeply affected her life narrative and continues to inform her worldview today. 1,576 more words

Tuesday Talks