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... across Cameroon. Its crazy to think about how quickly this trip has flown!
I have been given the opportunity to write our CAC blog entries for this month for our team and the first one is published! Check it out here. Soon, the blogs that Ive written for weeks 2-4 will also be published here also.
Today is my 27th birthday and one that I will never forget. I along with ...
Today It felt very African. We set iff in a rattly old bus for a banana plantation and the ruins of a slave port. The small bus couldn't make it all the way, so we transfer to a 4 by 4 for a 30 minute journey on a very unmade road. Our local driver was called Marvellous, and had his front teeth missing but he seemed to be enjoying every minute of his time with these strange foreigners. We arrive at the slave port, an old Portuguese encampment. The walk from the car to the port ...
... was really delicious. It was my first experience with the island's mystery meat, however. I heard goat and cat thrown around as serious possibilities, and the more we talked about what we were eating, the less appetizing it became. I ate lots of the vegetarian options, though.
After a leisurely lunch, we set off for Sipopo Beach. I was expecting to see something pristine and untouched, but that's not at all what the beach ...
... listed these on a board (about 10); after I described the outcome from the questionnaire and listing 5 main points that could/need to be worked on. My idea was to come into a discussion and exchange with the participants, but here again it needed some work based on the culture. Sister Leonarda was kind of enough to give a lot of input and explain some of the cultural influences that could be having an effect on the outcome, but also on limitations of ...
... br> cooks, administration, security, and workshop workers. I took part in the first
session. It was mostly in English and sometimes Pidgin (not the easiest to
understand..). The first session was about self-esteem and motivation at work.
It was interactive, and a good opportunity to hear about people’s initial
reason to work at ARCH, and why they are still there. Often enough the answer
was that they liked working with and for ...