It feels strange to be writing this blog after having returned home almost 2 months ago – just as the next set of PULSERs are
Dear family and friends, It’s been a while since I last communicated with you and although I’m now back in the UK, I wanted
I am writing this a little behind schedule as I have been back in the UK for a few weeks now and the shock is
One of the biggest challenges for a PULSE participant is trying to make permanent changes in the organisation you’re supporting. What happens when you leave?
Any journey begins with the first step and after 14 months (application through field based), here I am at the end of my PULSE assignment.
I’m not publishing many blogs but I think it is a good time to make an update. I started my assignment participating in the Organizational
As I begin the final days of my assignment with Malaria Consortium, I wanted to take some time to provide a high-level overview of healthcare
“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and
Thanks to GSK Global Pulse Volunteer program, I could discover and grow a new piece of myself. The journey started with the application process. An
Now is the rainy season in Singapore; as it is wet and slightly cold, it is a perfect day to clear and arrange my thoughts
As I sit here on my homeward bound flight I cannot believe my 6 months in Malawi is now over – I know people said
Being back to Europe, back to a closed office with another pace at work and in drastic climate conditions changes is a real challenge after
Japanese Follows**日本語は下部 I finished my PULSE assignment successfully and it was a really good experience. I started to work at GSK Japan office again from
So when I’ve thought about spending Christmas away from home it usually involves a beach, hot sun and a barbecue….but this year,
It has been four months now since I landed to Antananarivo, and am working all the time at Unicef offices in Tana. Being invited to