Category Archives: Volunteerism

Nihon 日本

*Edit: I just spoke to my friend who is working in Tokyo for a few years. He said the building started to shake that day and his boss told everyone to hide out in the safety room and not to … Continue reading

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Friendship Bracelet Project: Update 1

Work has been picking up pace of late. In between writing, attending meetings and the like, I’m trying to allocate time to make a friendship bracelet or two for the orphans in Uganda. For those who responded, thank you so very … Continue reading

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The Friendship Bracelet Project – join in!

            Have you ever wanted to make something beautiful with your own hands? And with that, touched someone else’s life? For most of us, we grew up with so much love and attention, our parents … Continue reading

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On Child Soldiers

A recent conversation I had with an (almost) former victim of child soldiers abduction from Uganda, proved to be rather enlightening. It has ensued in the realisation that education and economic development are viable alternatives, but they are not long-term solutions that address the … Continue reading

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