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.
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
As this week is Thanksgiving in the United States of America this blog seems fitting to share. I am home for my mid-assignment break. I
Daalu nwee omarjcha obochi – ka omesia…. When you get used to a routine and get settled into a comfortable pace doing something, you ‘hit
Whilst I cannot tell the story in the first person, I pass along this story and the discovery that changed the world. At the end
Life in Nigeria – Abuja Anyone who knows me, knows I collect pins from all the countries I’ve ever travelled. This one is as special
It has almost been a month since my last blog. Whilst I am based in Abuja my assignment has me auditing for the Malaria Consortium
As I write this, Summer is coming to an end in the Northern Hemisphere and for most of the folks on PULSE here in Nigeria
This is a shorter blog than most but felt I had to share – I’m over 7k miles from home and currently in Lagos for
It’s been an interesting 4 weeks since I arrived in country and the last 10 days have been most challenging when it comes to ‘time’.
As per my last blog about the people we pass every day – this is the story of J.H. Local painter – Abuja Nigeria. I
↑At the Face to Face PULSE global training at the end of May in Japan. I do remember the feelings that I felt
A little over a week has gone by since my fingers have taken to the keyboard of my laptop. I arrived in Abuja Nigeria and after
Welcome to Africa! It’s been a busy 2 weeks since my last post. I left London on Saturday 29 July for my first
↑From the plane going to Phnom Penh. Narita→Seoul→Phnom Penh プノンペンに向かう飛行機からです。いよいよPULSEが始まるんだなと実感し始めました。 ↑First day, first blue sky. 初日の青空です。 Hello, all. 2 weeks has passed since I