Last week, the GSK Nigeria team kindly hosted a PULSE awareness session and invited me to speak to them. Along with Hyacinth Okpechi, another 2013
It is axiomatic that living in the developing world is hard work. When you’re coming from the “developed” world, things just seem more difficult. Having
Greetings to all! Having been in Nigeria for over a month now, I can look back and reflect on my experiences so far with a
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.
Charles Nelson, CEO of the Malaria Consortium arrived this week for a visit to the Abuja office as well as some site visits throughout Nigeria.
Now starting Week 3! Happily, settling in and actually moved out of the hotel. Sounds glamorous living in a hotel for two weeks? Ummm… not
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,
The time has come for goodbye. Well, really “farewell,” or “until we meet again.” I have to admit that the last couple of months have
We all have many communities of which we’re a part- family, friends, churches, civic groups, work groups, and more, and these communities are often in
There are so many things that I’m looking forward to with this assignment! At the top of the list is the ability to make a
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