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December 2018

Mikaela Chia – Blog 4: “Speak Up” and Asking “more”?

For every 100 000 people in India, there are 0.3 psychiatrists. That number is even lower when it comes to nurses (0.12), psychologists (0.07) and social workers (0.07); and even still, of the services available, only 12% of mental health… Continue Reading →

Kanika Varma – Blog 4: Foreign Aid is Friendly Fire

During my internship at CITYNET I have had the chance to read and talk about NGO work and Foreign Aid repeatedly. Out of curiosity, I began looking at debates on whether foreign aid helps or worsens the situation for receiving… Continue Reading →

Lynn Ng Yu Ling – Blog 2: Time Flies…

It’s almost the end of the first semester at UVic, and it’s been an amazing experience so far. Needless to say I am bombarded with work and other responsibilities, but it’s not really an issue if you have amazing friends… Continue Reading →

Jacob Derksen – Blog 4: What do I know?

What comes to mind when you think of Indonesia? What do you know about it? I certainly didn’t know much before taking an Anthropology of Southeast Asia class last year, but even after that I was left with many more… Continue Reading →

Clara Harding – Blog 4: Interdependence, community and feeling at home

It has always taken me awhile to feel comfortable around people and to be myself; in new settings I take my time observing, thinking and ‘figuring things out’ before I jump in. Living in India has required me to push… Continue Reading →

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