Posted Jan 27 in Trip Recaps by Laura Stump 1 Comment
After some time in rural Senegal, I understand that getting to a village is tough and understanding how to address social injustice is tougher, but not out of reach.
Posted Jan 25 in Articles by Laura Stump 10 Comments
Learn how Tostan works with villages to promote human rights rather than against them.
Posted Jan 24 in Articles by Laura Stump 4 Comments
Female Genital Cutting is wrong…right? Read why we need to look deeper into this one before moving forward…
Posted Jan 18 in Articles by Laura Stump 6 Comments
What would it take for you to move to a remote African village for two years? Learn why Tatiana is happy to be doing just that…
Posted Jan 11 in Culture Guides, Photos by Laura Stump No Comments
There’s more! Learn more about village life in Senegal from the residents of Ethiolo…
Posted Jan 09 in Culture Guides, Videos by Laura Stump 2 Comments
I’m learning that although village life moves slower, it moves constantly. Watch and learn what it takes to be Bassari—from hut building to rice pounding!
Posted Jan 06 in Travel Journals by Laura Stump 3 Comments
How many days, public transport vehicles and languages does it take to get around the West African country of Senegal? Read on to find out…
Posted Jan 02 in Trip Recaps by Stephen Crane 1 Comment
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