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Monthly Archives: January 2011
WARNING: This post describes a scenario we witnessed involving violence, and I advise you not to read it if you are sensitive to such content. We just stopped by Kwale primary school unannounced, and consequently we witnessed the corporal punishment … Continue reading
Focus groups continue to be successful. Yesterday evening I met with a group of secondary students at a private boarding school for girls. It was really fun. The girls were very interested in the discussion, and I got some really … Continue reading
Earlier in the day we went to visit a literacy and education class for women in a village named Mwachombe. It was really cool. These women are learning how to read and write and do mathematics. Our church, VCF, helps … Continue reading
You win, IRB. Today we went to a primary school without Terry; she has been staying behind lately as she gets more and more tired due to pregnancy. This poses some challenges because there are only three of us on … Continue reading
I woke up this morning and I found out that I did not get the Fulbright. Gasp, I know. Whenever you read the words “I regret to inform you” in the beginning of a letter and then “please do not … Continue reading
We spent the day doing questionnaires in two more schools, but the most noteworthy fact about today is that it is Senya’s 7 month birthday. This girl is so precious, and I love knowing her and being her mom. I … Continue reading
Today we went to a secondary school, and I wanted Collin to take a turn at leading on the questionnaire; I was happy to get to take the lead on caring for Sen. So, I volunteered to take Senya outside … Continue reading