This coverage of Swazi music by CNN is great. Check it out!
The city of furry love! I felt it when I lived there and took my dog to a weekly Yappy Hour in Fairmont Park. Fun. Just got this press release in and it is so great, I thought I’d share … Continue reading
Quebec Tourism has made one of the best promotional videos I’ve seen in a long time. Sweet!
Fabulous shot of Sand Hill Cranes by my friend travel writer/photographer Karin Leperi. This was taken in Bosque del Apache, USA last year. She’s in Nebraska right now getting ready for the Sand Hill Cranes migration stop as they head … Continue reading
When I lived in Accra, I would see church after church. They were along the ‘mega’ style I’ve seen in North America. Large. Some were on main streets, others on dirt roads in back alleys. I’d also see billboards featuring … Continue reading
Our Kadjebi project tour included the Crossroads International Women’s Economic Empowerment projects palm oil and gari producing facilities. Palm oil was first up. The dry season made it rather quiet at the site. Three women showed us the equipment and … Continue reading
A visit to Nkroful Health Centre Myths, Mapping and Family Planning Stella Asmah, Assemblywoman, Community Health Volunteer, Esiama-Mozukrme Age 40 Most important thing learned during training? I learned about family planning. Without it children can become drop-outs. Family planning will … Continue reading
Important Lessons for Community Volunteers Home or Hospital Delivery? Knowing the Danger Signs In January, Pro-Link conducted Healthy Mother and Child training with community health volunteers, maternal health volunteers including some assembly representatives and Queen mothers. The training covered behavior … Continue reading
Go a little west of dirty, dusty Accra and you’ll find a tropical paradise…Kokrobrite Beach. You have to brave bad roads near the end, but it’s worth it. A little reggae, rustic getaway, KB is dotted with unpretentious overnight places … Continue reading
Xmas was time for a little r’n’r in the Volta region. Here are a few snaps from our very relaxing trip! Meet Me There Eco Lodge – a very cool little spot near Keta. Great French press coffee and wood … Continue reading