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... worker who had taken my form, moved through the lines asking for the forms, which meant people were not being well screened. These controls were very porous. They’re doing the best they can, but with undisciplined, self-centered people, with little sense of civic duty, it’s nearly an impossible task. This, I thought, is how it would be if the outbreak actually reached here or anywhere else in the third world and likely in the West as well. This was a dress rehearsal ...
... went to Bilos Bakery for cake and ice cream which
isn’t that easy to find but when it is available it is rarely the greatest. But
the brownie and Crème Caramel Ice Cream I had after such a long hike sure hit
the spot and again just the ability to be living the life of an Ethiopia in
Ethiopia and being able to have conversations with volunteers from all over the
world is an experience that few can experience and I am one of those lucky
Addis Ababa, meaning 'new flower' in Amharic, is my new home for the foreseeable future. New flower is a hugely deceptive name; the city seems to be one big building site. Wherever you look, your eyes will not fair to come across something being built or destroyed.
One of the major projects at the moment is a 100km light rail line linking Addis and Nazareth. It seems such an ambitious and idealistic project for a country ...
As I walked further along the road I got a better glimpse of where these children lived, in doing so I passed rows and rows of corrugated roofs and crossed several paved bridges over open sewers. Just off the main paved road, as I had seen the day before, life becomes much more primitive and it's hard to believe that it's even 2006 in Ethiopia let alone 2014.
The church that had started all of this was worth a quick look but ...
with time has taught himself a lot about the issues at hand.
Every six months or so Dr Rick identifies 20-25 children or
adults that he thinks he can help and flies them to Ghana for treatment where a
world renown orthopedic spine surgeon, Dr. Boachie , has the daunting task of
fixing them. At 20-25,000 USD a
head, this is no cheap task.
Depuy/ Stryker peeps – if you are reading this – I see ...