Indivisible

Development follies

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Josh Cleveland performs “Development Follies,” to the tune of a song that has a special meaning to some of us over here in Cameroon.

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Out of the ‘office’

We are going on something of a short vacation for a week or 2, visiting some friends and heading into the jungle! (Keep your fingers crossed we will have luck seeing animals!) Given there isn’t an internet connection in the middle of nowhere, we will…

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Respect or IntoleranceOne of the great paradoxes of the humanitarian, aid and development world is finding the right…View Post

Respect or Intolerance

One of the great paradoxes of the humanitarian, aid and development world is finding the right…

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Interview

For anyone who is interested, we did an interview last week for the Colombia River Peace Corps Associations (CRPCA) newsletter. You may remember that they are the ones who donated funds towards the water project we did last year. They are a great group…

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2013 in reviewWordPress.com prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

The interactive map is pretty fun and…View Post

2013 in review

WordPress.com prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

The interactive map is pretty fun and…

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Boko to the left Seleka to the right

So as everyone by now well knows, Cameroon is located in something of an unstable region. While the country itself has remained relatively peaceful over the past 50 years, notwithstanding the constant overtly sexually charged harassment of women. The…

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Christmas in NkongsambaBetween the sun, dust, and heat, it’s hard to believe that Christmas is just three days away.  We…View Post

Christmas in Nkongsamba

Between the sun, dust, and heat, it’s hard to believe that Christmas is just three days away.  We…

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