Author Archives: Dara Gordon

Office life in Antigua

In my last post, I explained a daunting issue regarding the reluctance of MSM to access testing and further, the lack of harmonized testing data and reporting to the government. The issues of reporting inform how everything else functions (government … Continue reading

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The second month of work (and the hottest sun!)

I’ve now been living in Antigua for almost two months. I’m getting used to the sun being unbearably hot by 9am and am getting deeper into work and loving it. On the weekends, I’ve explored different coasts of the island … Continue reading

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An introduction

My name is Dara Gordon and I’m from Toronto, Canada although I spent the last 5 years living in Ottawa where I completed my undergraduate degree. I am one of 6 CIDA interns hired by ICAD to work in the … Continue reading

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