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Knowledge is power; especially in an agricultural country like Ethiopia. Without the necessary skills and training, farmers will stick with old methods Read more


It takes a while to become accustomed to how Ethiopians communicate. After a few days I have picked up on a few things.
“It’s Read more


Love, fun and pride – these words sum up what running means to Ethiopians.
The Great Ethiopian Run (GER), which spans 10 kilometres, took Read more


On my way to the airport my Malawian taxi driver asked me what kind of music I listen to. He added, cheerily, “My Read more


In a small brick church with a roof of straw and plastic bags a preacher speaks of heaven as being a country free Read more


Journey to Nsanje
In ‘Lonesome Traveller’ Kerouac said “No man should go through life without once experiencing healthy, even bored solitude in the wilderness, Read more


Learning in Sierra Leone

I met Ali and Muhammad on a Thursday afternoon at a roadside market in Sierra Leone. They should have been in school Read more

Return of Tourism to Sierra Leone

Two miles of white sand stretch out in front of me, sun sparkles on the Atlantic Ocean to Read more


One of my new friends here has joked that there should be a video game called ‘Driving in Malawi’. You would spend your Read more

The second village we visited was IBC Masasa where Mathias Kajiru had been working as a butterfly farmer since the Amani Project began in 2003. Read more

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