First and foremost, I’d like to thank GSK, PULSE, GCSD, colleagues, family, and friends who supported me during the past year. It’s because of your
Imagine if you were ill but your condition was never diagnosed. How would you feel if a loved-one was dying of cancer, but you couldn’t
First, I wish you a happy new year. 2019 started for me in Eswatini with some of my family who visited me, it was awesome 🙂 Months
I’m writing for the first time a blog to share my experience in Eswatini (previously Swaziland). A couple of years ago I could not locate
Laghost! (although some say its A-boo-ja) Took me a while to come up with that suitably scary joke for this month’s blog, which I’m writing
..Nigerian slang for “How are you doing!” Over a month already! So I will start with work and what I have been doing at CHAI.
How far? (Naija slang for “What’s up?”) It’s been a busy few weeks since I last blogged, but I’ve inadvertently created some time to write
“Abu, ja?” Apologies for that awful joke, but it is really hard to make a pun on ‘Abuja’. Luckily, my German GCSE never stops paying back,
I must start by wishing my US family a belated Happy Independence Day (4th July) – I actually started drafting the blog last weekend but
On Monday I arrived at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) office in Abuja. I was introduced to all the employees and was greeted with a very warm
Hi! My name is Jeevini and I work for GlaxoSmithKline in London, UK. I have been accepted onto an amazing programme that GSK run called The PULSE Volunteer Partnership.
This formed part of the speech by the Hon Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, the Rwandan Minister of Health, at the opening of the new warehouse facility
I am about 6 weeks into my assignment here in Rwanda, and all seems to be going well with my projects (blog to follow after
You might ask what the picture here is. It is catfish. One of my fellow Pulse Volunteers here in Nigeria, Nikki, mentioned in her one
There is a beeping sound in the CHAI office this morning, which means the power is off, and hence there is no wifi. So I