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... the students to hear because I believe that even if they walk away not being able to relate to their story at all, they will still have the ability to say that they did not realize the hardships and successes this person has gone through. My prayer for the sharing of life stories is that at least one student is inspired by the words that are spoken from the heart of the volunteer giving them the motivation to persevere through any circumstance ...
... children learn photography, beading, tie-dying, soap-making, lotion-making, and the skills to be able to sell them. The goal is to help these girls to gain entrepreneurship skills and technical skills to make and sell products for their own business to be able to support themselves financially. One of the girls in the program took pictures and sold enough to be able to afford her school uniform ...
Tuesday 30 July
Today I got around to charging my batteries at Suz house, which was where I was able to post this and the 1st blog entry (MANY THANKS SUZ).
I now find myself living my time in Gambia on a weekly scale and not my normal UK hours and days. Getting up and going to bed are the only two points in each day, everything else just merges seamlessly into the next. If these's one thing that giving me a big problem it’s the heat. I ...
Internet and time is limited I hope to upload photos some time soon.
So here a the words - so far
Wednesday 17 July 2013.
I woke up this morning under a mosquito net in the small village of Madiana, which is in Gambia, West Africa. I have come out here for 28 days, to help support the work done by a Devon based charity: 'Gambian Projects. www.gambianprojects.com
Debbie Williams the charity founder; first visited here back in 2005 when she was ...
... Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau, our stay was in the quaint Ta-Mar hotel just off the wharf where the local market was set up. Love the colour and variety of those markets! Everyone within a 100 km radius must have been there. I don't think I've ever seen so many fish stands or such a variety of goods - from bike repair shops to shoe sales counters, to fruits and vegetables, to baguette sellers, to anything you can imagine - it is all sold on the street.