Dear Future Intern, Congratulations on taking a huge step towards learning new things about yourself and the world! No matter where you’re going, what organization you’re working with, or your area of study, you will gain so much from this… Continue Reading →
Throughout international development circles, agriculture and food security forums, and foreign aid distributors, the issue of decreasing Africa’s dependence on maize and diversifying agriculture sources is a constant topic of conversation. Admittedly, I’ve had at least a couple dozen of… Continue Reading →
As a part of my Capstone Project I have facilitated discussions with women’s groups on their educational background, barriers to receiving education in Zambia, and how perceptions of educating girls have evolved over the past few decades. Most of the… Continue Reading →
Here’s a quick overview of the work The SAM Project is doing in Southern Province, Zambia and a look into what guides our program decisions, design, and implementation. I’ve also discussed my role with The SAM Project on agribusiness and… Continue Reading →
Introductory interview conducted by Jacob Derksen a few days before taking off to Zambia. This is an introduction to myself, interests, and the work I’ll be doing with The SAM Project in Southern Province, Zambia!
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