Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Disservice of Not Providing Youth with Sexual Health Services

Currently, in Jamaica, those 16 years of age and under are unable to access sexual and reproductive health services (unless parental consent is provided). These services can include help and advice about matters such as contraception, pregnancy, sexual assault, and … Continue reading

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Soy Dominicana

Santo Domingo is only getting hotter, and the carro publicos can’t seem to take it because they are breaking down much more frequently. The tourism project is rolling, i’m teaching english to LGBT youth on the side and have even … Continue reading

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Emotions, Elephants and Exceptional Cooking Skills

I have changed so much since I first came to Uganda three years ago and have experienced so many amazing things but I won’t lie, living here is hard.  I know that my ability to Instagram happy photos is on … Continue reading

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“Activism is a process”

So much has happened since my last blog post! I’ve been drafting this post for a while, because I’ve been pretty busy helping out with several projects and events. Firstly, an election update: The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) won, winning … Continue reading

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Elephants and Funds!

There have been a lot of exciting things happening for us here in Uganda over the past few weeks both work and leisure- wise. The process of receiving approval from the CAP-AIDS Network for our micro-project proposals has provided a … Continue reading

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