Harnessing Student Potential In Microfinance
Last night was rough. There is no other way to say it. I do not consider myself to be a light sleeper in any sense of the word, but I woke up at every slight noise. Perhaps it was because I was sleeping at an opening and of the make-shift shelter and thus had my guard up, but for whatever reason, I only got about three hours of “ok” sleep. Normally that’s a good night on a week when I have a lot of homework andtests, but combined with the fact that it was…Continue
After the very first day of the Two Dollar Challenge, I have already done things I would never in a million years have imagined doing. What's more - I thought nothing of doing some of those things. As somebody who typically goes through 2 mini bottles of Purell a week, I can honestly say I didn't think twice of dumpster diving for cardboard boxes and…Continue
I am going to try to post a daily entry following the Africa - Middle East Microcredit Summit in Nairobi this week. I hope you all enjoy, and please stay tuned for more entries!
A view of Kibera slum - the second largest in Africa - on our Jamii Bora field visit.…
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