Here’s a little African educational primer for your context…
In Uganda, the educational system is based on the British tradition. […]
Fox and I are headed out for the day here in Chiang Mai, Thailand. (It’s 8:30 am here.)
By Ryan (serving as a GO Fellow in Haiti)
Your GO Haiti American staff has embraced a new slogan.
If I’m […]
Last fall, I received an e-mail from a return trip GO’er offering to cover a large portion of a […]
For many of us not on the frontlines, we have entered a slower season of life faced with its […]
South Sudan’s hard-won independence has left its mark on this young nation. One bright African described the country’s challenges […]
The word Hosanna can be translated to mean deliver us, save now, or as a cry of praise or […]
The number 8 gets a lot of play. Eight is Enough (old TV show). 8-Tracks (old music tapes). 8-ball […]
This morning, Peter Maseko walked into a clinic waiting room full of patients who were sick, tired, and needing […]
Caring for kids in the US, often means caring for parents in the US.
One of the leading risk factors […]