Travel


Life in Mbokop, Cameroon

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It was my second time in Mbokop, and unlike the first time, I traveled there alone to this remote community in NW Cameroon. It hasn’t…

Laying the framework for Water and Sanitation Sustainability

Girls at Kakumbi primary school wash their hands at a tippy tap
Driving through the hustle and bustle of Lusaka, it is really hard to imagine that the vast majority of this country live in rural communities….

The Gambia, as I saw it

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It’s very easy to miss The Gambia on a map of mighty Africa. The smallest country in mainland Africa is but a sliver of land,…

Lilayi Elephant Orphanage

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The Lilayi Elephant Orphanage right outside Lusaka, Zambia, is one of only two elephant nurseries in Africa. Six young elephants currently live there, ranging in…

A walk through a Hospital in Rural Gambia

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As part of Hand in Health and Books for Africa’s project to expand ICT in The Gambia, I had the chance to tour the Sulayman…

A traveler’s guide to Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka is so much more than just a city. It is a whirlpool that pulls anything and anyone that comes close to it – sending…

CREER – A Partnership between Rincon, Panama and EWB-DC

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Three years ago, I traveled to the community of Rincon in the Ngöbe-Buglé Comarca of Panama to visit my friend Gillian, who was working there…

Traveling as a Volunteer

Interacting with Children is one of the best ways to Integrate with a Community
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis…

Haiti – Three Years Later

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I still remember that day vividly. I was in a rural community in Mexico, constructing a computer center with Engineers Without Borders. After two long…

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