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Paul Anticoni 20/02/2012
This month, Britain was struck by a ‘cold snap’; seemingly an annual event, yet one our infrastructure fails spectacularly to cope with. T...
Paul Anticoni 12/01/2012
Two years ago, on 12th January 2010, the earth shook beneath Haiti, causing one of the most catastrophic earthquakes to hit a heavily populated area i...
Ben Bilefield 05/12/2011
Imagine living in a tiny flat that hadn’t been done up for decades, worried about when darkness fell because it would cost too much to put on th...
Tony Samuel 30/11/2011
Having been a supporter of WJR for 10 years, it’s a privilege to now come and work here. I’ve been in post for just 2 months as Head of In...
Emma Segal 08/11/2011
The moment she opened the front door the smell hit me. It was a musky, repugnant smell of living amongst unwashed blankets and in awful conditions. We...
Administrator 03/10/2011
I would like you to look around you, wherever you are. Look at the four walls of the room you are in right now, and then at the ceiling. Don't study t...
Administrator 28/09/2011
Our last week here has been just as eventful as the past five weeks. Despite it being rainy season we have had two days of sunshine so we have taken a...
Administrator 28/09/2011
We realised we have neglected to inform you about our diet whilst being out here so thought we should compensate. All our food is brought from the loc...
Administrator 28/09/2011
This week we decided to teach the children directions. To start with we went through the words with them (left, right, forwards and backwards) in the ...
Administrator 28/09/2011
Our second week began with a torrential downpour which continued for three days. This was not the African weather we hoped and prepared for! Yet on Mo...