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Photo Friday – Only the Beginning

I missed my graduation from university. I was working in another country and didn’t have the opportunity to get back. It would have been good to be there, but it just wasn’t possible. On Tuesday, I had the privilege of watching the graduation of the Leadership Development Programme students in Rwanda. Now this is not […]

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The Story of Merly Anai Figueroa

Merly Anai’s two-room plywood home with a missing door is at the top of a steep hill. As I walk inside the small house, the uneven dirt floor makes my steps uncertain as I greet Merly Anai, who stares at me with wide eyes, probably wondering who is this stranger, and what does she wants […]

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New Fangled Technology

This morning I received an e-mail from the USA. A very common occurrence for us in the office, so it’s nothing to get excited about. But if I step back and think about it for a minute, it is actually very impressive that I can have an instant communication with someone that is on another […]

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Photo Friday – It’s Simple Maths

As I was walking to the office this morning I had the opportunity to overhear a mother talking to her young child as they walked to school. There he was on his scooter, probably in his first term of school, travelling alongside his mum. And as she walked along, she was explaining the finer points […]

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