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Monthly Archives: February 2011
This weekend, I had the chance to leave town and drive a few hours away to visit family friends in the central part of Kenya. For so many reasons, I love taking long drives when I’m in Africa because its … Continue reading
As events continue to unfold in Libya, questions are quickly arising about what Gadhafi’s departure will mean for Sub Saharan Africa. During the course of his forty-one (41!) year rule, Gadhafi has gone out of his way to redefine his … Continue reading
I received an email yesterday from a blogger in Egypt about the current status of refugees from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan who are caught in between Cairo’s chaos. Egypt is a transit hub for many of the Horn’s refugees. Some … Continue reading