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... les systèmes de santé, vaut mieux aller voir quelqu'un d'autre.
Je vous donne le titre de ma recherche qualitative, qui devrait prouver que j'ai appris plein de trucs durant 2 ans:
Recherche qualitative explorant les perceptions des personnels de santé sur la stigmatisation et la discrimination et les opportunités de soins en regard du VIH dans le système de santé publique marocain.
C'est drôle car les titres de ...
... all the information needed rather than have to ask you questions and laboriously copy the required details.
Once arriving at customs the system works this way.
A group of unofficial looking men mill around you, a discussion ensues between them and one is chose for the task.
He then separates from the group and presents himself to an official looking man. They eye you off and the official looking man presents himself and ...
... out much heat, so we had to get quite a bit
Rabat isn’t really on the tourist map, but there did seem to be plenty of them here
Trying to find the internet is pretty difficult here, we all went into a cafe, had coffee and jumped on the free wifi, a few went off to see what there was in Rabat and the market, I didn’t I have seen plenty of markets and I had to go in search of a new day ...
Finally a day to explore.
It's been difficult to find the balance between homework, class and exploring. While I want to focus on getting things done, getting a handle on the language, and finding the research I need, I also don't want to get to the end of this trip and feel as though I could have done it all from my computer anywhere.
Today, I played soccer on the beach with some local friends. It's a great way to get involved and get active, but ...
... helped out a sports class with its 'Intro to Judo' lesson. Meanwhile I am taking every chance to go out and explore. I can now make my way through the twisty roads of the medina without getting lost. And today I did some sightseeing with a fellow Thaqafat participant (I'm one of only three-it's the off season). After walking around for hours the boots I just bought are definitely broken in! I am determined not to miss anything while I'm ...