Monthly Archives: February 2011

In Country Training (ICT)

We are now back in Abi Adi and I am able to update properly on the In Country Training that took place in February. The organisers comprised of three serving volunteers (me, Martin and Paul) plus Geleta and Ruth from … Continue reading

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Travels – Awasa

Shashemene is the home to a small Rastafarian community living on land donated by Emperor Haile Selassie in 1948, but other than a couple of signs and shops on the edge of town you wouldn’t know anything about it being … Continue reading

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In-Country Training – Now in video!

In-Country Training is now over and the volunteers are off to start their placements. Here is a short video made by one of the new volunteers. Hope you enjoy it! Will write a full account soon but until then enjoy … Continue reading

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Travels – Robe

It’s been a few weeks since the last post. The college is now on semester break so I have taken the opportunity to visit some different parts of the country. Now I am back in Addis after three weeks or … Continue reading

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Preparing In-Country Training

Here we are, the In Country Training team. Martin, Paul and I have been spending the week in the VSO Ethiopia office in Addis Ababa, putting together the training. The new arrivals come at the weekend and we are looking … Continue reading

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