“I am not afraid to keep on living. I am not afraid to walk this world alone.” – Helena by My Chemical Romance It was
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
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
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
The circumference of the Earth is 1.5 billion inches. So, let’s get started ridding around our Big Rock – the spaceship Earth. Starting point was
How can life surprise us? I am ending my volunteering experience by spending these last days in GSK Johannesburg before flying back home…. and in
In finishing my assignment, I wanted to try to sum up the work I’ve been doing with Live Well. I had two very different roles:
I came back in France. It is a pleasure to be with my family during this Christmas period, but It’s a shock to come back
Hello readers. I thought I’d try and finish the 2nd part of my Kajiado ARP graduation blog before starting my Christmas vacation. This piece is