Hello! I’m doing well, just beat two rounds of watery illness. Feels good to be able to confidently walk away from the restroom. There’s a special society here called ICIMPIA that I am happy not to have joined (I Crapped In My Pants In …). In more serious news, you may have heard of the recent killings of some foreign […]
The following update captures E’s first 24 hours there. Well I got into my new home city yesterday and have so far been here for about 24 hours. Since then I’ve … bought a bicycle (Japanese step-through single-speed with a front basket, rear rack, bell, dynamo light and rear drum brake) bought slip-on sandals bought 8m of fabric, then brought […]
Dear Vox, [NOTE: As you read this I am on the plane jamming some peaceful tunes and finally resting between a long and arduous few weeks and a longer and more arduous couple years. Please pray that I will be able to soak in the eye of the storm so I can be totally open and loving when I set […]
Come out to Space12 on July 9th (Fri) from 7-9pm for a free film screening of the National Geographic Documentary called “Inside North Korea”. This documentary is hosted by Lisa Ling, field correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and sister of Laura Ling – one of the two American journalists recently detained in North Korea. It takes a look at […]
Abel Mathew has been in Guyana working with World Teach for the past year.
In February, our team of doctors worked with Haitian medical staff to get a hospital up and running. Over a few days, we aided with the initial influx of patients and left the work back in the capable hands of the Haitian staff. People have been asking about Vox’s strategy in response to the earthquake. Read on to find out how.