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
Welcome to my second blog (or first vlog). Although contents of this one is a list of everything first – introduction, meeting, impression, experience and
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
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.
..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,
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.
Today, Friday 18 December 2015 is my last day with my NGO, Jhpiego, Nigeria. My 6 month PULSE assignment is at its end – wow,
Gosh this last month has been a busy one! We received an extremely warm welcome from the GSK office in Lagos as well as manufacturing
I have now been working in Nigeria with the NGO, Jhpiego for two months and have recently returned from a two week training stint in
Actually, I’m in my third week of my Pulse assignment in Nigeria. But I’ll spend this week in Lagos not Abuja due to business needs.
I arrived in Abuja on Saturday for my 6 month assignment! So excited to get started- and then arrived at the airport and realized that,
Welcome to my Blog! On here, I’ll post updates on my PULSE experience preparing for, during, and following my experience working for Malaria Consortium in