A recent article in the New York Times about photographing safaris got us thinking about our own experiences on safari. Two of our programs, Wapenduka and Hujambo, have safari sections. While there is a lot of focus on the photographic potential of safaris (a safari is such a once
Check out this new video we’ve pieced together from our just completed Staff Training out in the wilds of Colorado. Staff Training is an amazing 11-day exploration of leadership, adventure, service and above all, it is a lot of fun! Lifelong friendships are forged as the leaders prepare for their summer with The
1) I like to write. I’ve been writing forever.
2) The Road Less Traveled is extremely inspiring.
So why is it that when I sit down to write about RLT I get the second worst case of writer’s block I’ve ever gotten in my life? (The first happened around college essay time,
As you near Port-au-Prince these days, the first thing you notice is the tops of the tattered blue and white tents that now occupy the surrounding tracts and hillsides of the capital. After the earthquake, these sprung up overnight, housing over a million residents who had lost their homes and loved ones