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... and skills have been honed so much because of them. They are constantly asking me to sing for them, different songs and my highest and lowest notes.
We had our first Open Mic on Thursday! It was a huge success...we had myself, other teachers, a guitar teacher in the community, Kinders, students of all grades perform with fun refreshments after. We will have another one and it is going to be fun.
New friends - We were recently invited by the ...
... for a good 30 minutes. Back in 2006 the reserve had 21 chimps but after an outbreak of chimp flu and several going missing they now have just nine. They are working on planting a rainforest corridor to another nearby reserve which has over 200 chimps to try to prevent losing them in this area completely.
We then made our way to the town of Nzerekore, which was the first glimpse of civilisation we’d seen for a while. I ...
... by providing expert advice grounded in research that demonstrates women’s contributions to peacebuilding. We strengthen women leaders through targeted training and mentoring, helping them to build coalitions, and connecting them to policymakers. We work with partners in the US and abroad to build just and sustainable peace.
In 2009, I returned to Liberia with Deborah Lindholm, founder of the Foundation for Women FFW (micro-credit to ...
... major tribal populations against each and when one tribe revolted, killed as many as possible. Cambodia and the Klmer Rouge regime - responsible for the deaths of some 2,000,000 (30% of the population) in an attempt to purify the country. Serbia – one that did receive immediate world attention (tho not immediate action) and another that again targeted women with massive rapes of Muslim women as strategic and deliberate part of the military policy. ...
... a conglomeration of different folks...4 senior missionary couples, the two doctors hosted by Chevron, the 3rd grade teacher from my school and a small family from our Liberian branch. We had a great time! Ryan and I had decorated our apartment with some lights and garland, he brought in two tables and extra chairs...we made lots of fun food! We had Christmas music going the entire time and it was so fun! Everyone was chatting and happy to have people to share ...
Other places to stay in Monrovia
Mamba Point, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $160
15th Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $200
3rd Street Sinkor, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $85
UN Drive, Mamba Point, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $165
9th Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $125
Carey Street, Monrovia | Hotelfrom $50