Category Archives: rural Kenya

Casual Arrangements

Writing is about a lot of things, and sometimes it’s about processing life, trying to make meaning of events, and catharsis. That’s what Collin and my posts were about yesterday. Unfortunately, it appears that we offended someone who thought what … Continue reading

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Focus Group Discussion Success!

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

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SHUT IT DOWN.

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

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Sitting Sen and Collin’s Night to Shine

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

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