Tag Archives: extreme poverty

Solution Swaziland…

Offering hope to those needing a little hand up I already mentioned Operation Hope in my previous blog when looking at Situation Swaziland but I really need to dedicate more words and passion to the work of Operation Hope. I … Continue reading

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So, why polio?

So, why Polio? I’m not sure if this is the most asked question of me or the question I ask myself the most. I have no personal connection to polio. I’m not an epidemiologist. Polio was eradicated in my home country … Continue reading

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‘Your Story’ Blog and Advocacy Through Storytelling

As a part of all the trainings and workshops I have given on social justice and advocacy I always include a component of storytelling. This is an example of mine but you might like to adopt something similar. Importantly it … Continue reading

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Same presentation always different experience

  Presenting about extreme poverty in a country that actually has extreme poverty is always a bit of a weird one but I have to say the presentation is usually just as affective as it is in the developed world. … Continue reading

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A Day in Doha…

Some days you just never know what is going to happen… Arriving at Doha, Qatar this morning at 6am I thought I would head out of the airport, go for a nice long walk and taste a bit of this … Continue reading

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