Over rough and smooth

Our job profile tells us to do regularly field visits. So we went for a trip to the following villages: Maikona, Kalacha, Hurri Hills, Forolle, Burgabo, Turbi and Bubisa. All melodious names, aren’t they? Two nights we spend in Kalacha respectively Turbi and it was fascinating in its own way. Continue reading

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„ … please raise your hand!”

I had to travel to Nairobi to meet with partners and attend some meetings. There are 2 possibilities of getting there: 9 hours driving or 1-3 hours flight (depending on the number of stopovers). I chose flying – and it was worth it:

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Dusty impressions…

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Marsabit, Kenya

Now here I am: in Marsabit, Northern Kenya. There have been complaints of not staying in Austria from many, many people. But you know me… It’s my job! Again with Caritas Austria, this time as project coordinator during the emergency phase of the current drought. Well, I arrived safely here a couple of days ago with a small MAF-airplane (the airline where the pilot does pray before leaving) on the small airstrip.

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