“Arriving at meaningful solutions is an inevitably slow and arduous process. Nonetheless, what I saw was: better is possible. It does not take genius. It
My second month in Tanzania seems to have flown by, mostly due to the fact I have been travelling for the last 2 weeks. The
The first time I thought about applying for PULSE was the day that Andrew Witty announced the program. At the time, I thought that it was
In only the first two months of my Pulse assignment I have felt more sets of emotions than I felt in the last two years.
Hi everyone, I am still waiting for your answers to my last post’s request with your suggestions for the next one… (That was sarcasm: You
Exactly six months today since I started my Pulse journey in the Kingdom of Swaziland. I have never imagined how much I would benefit in
My days in Kenya are over. But I’m not over Kenya. And while I’m not ready to say good-bye just yet, while the memories from my
At GSK one of the key behaviours highlighted for good performance is flexible thinking. Africa excels at this behaviour in so many ways that
Selam!! (Peace in Amharic) Without wanting to sound overly dramatic this is a fairly overwhelming blog to write so to do it justice but so
Hi All, The quote in the title is from an author called Wendy Wunder, and I felt it was incredibly apt for this months blog.
Probably this is one of the most difficult things I am doing during my Pulse assignment. Writing this post. One week ago my dog died.
Imagine how your life will change without water? Once I came to my home after a long day, opened the tap to wash my hands
Imagine you are a teenage girl or a boy, you are young, smart, beautiful, talented. You aspire to play, laugh, create, perform, achieve. Yet, you
Stories, stories, stories. In my communications role with Save the Children, I have come to realize that capturing and sharing individual stories is very important. Already three months into
If you think “refugee crisis”, you think Europe. Now … think Africa! As per UNCHR end’15 data, the world’s largest refugee camp is located in Eastern Kenya.