In a sense, I’m reclaiming a lost territory: Perhaps this spot once was brimming with lush verdure which in turn invited all manner of animals to come and sup from its fruits. But this spot was long ago subordinated to the stupefying logic of 1980s corporate architecture.
One question that we constantly ask ourselves at the Salvation Army International Development Office is ‘who owns our projects?’ If the answer is ‘The Salvation Army,’ we will most likely […]
After a week monitoring Salvation Army projects in the DRC, I headed to Kenya to learn from our implementing staff and monitor our projects. The first four days were spent […]
Bateke Agroforestry On Wednesday Major Tsilulu and I headed to Menkao, within Bateke around 100 kilometres outside of Kinshasa city. Our mission was to meet with farmer’s associations who are […]
One of the great perks of my position at the Salvation Army, is that I get to travel back to Africa to monitor our projects and meet with the implementing […]
Before I begin, here is a simple assignment for you: Open a banana and extract the seeds. Now, I recently returned from a week of conducting research in Bushenyi, in […]