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Sewing hope

This story is from the eastern edge of the Congo Basin, from a little town called Rumonge in the mountain kingdom of Burundi. Five years ago Eeva and I were […]
Sewing hope

Life in C.A.R.

In something of an oxymoron, you get quite used to being shocked when you’ve lived in the Central African Republic for six months. Whether it was seeing my first dead […]
Life in C.A.R.

Back in Africa

Six weeks, eight countries. I’ve just got back to Africa after a busy break back home in Europe. I went to the world’s largest travel show (more about why soon), […]
Back in Africa

What is Conservation?

My curiosity was stirred. He did not want to shake my hand. It was not through rudeness, the welcome we were receiving was warm and genuine, and he did politely explain that it […]

Congestion in Cameroon

(This blog was written a couple of weeks ago during our time in Cameroon and has been scheduled to post automatically.) As we wait at traffic lights in the center of Cameroon’s […]