Sand Storms in Sudan
4 years ago
Most descriptions of Haiti emphasize its poverty and the devastation that has resulted from its various natural disasters. Lesser known is the stunning beauty to be found in Haiti. Think Caribbean Sea. Think palm trees and white beaches. Think juicy mangoes and mouth-watering pork griot. Think friendly people. Lively culture. Vibrant art. Steel-drum music. Think beauty!
|Photo by Elisa Divoux|
|Jasmin, wearing glasses, fits right in with the Scholars|
|Kenyan military guard Kenyatta Airport in Nairobi where a fire destroyed one terminal last year.|
|Photo by Elisa Divoux at a Haitian cemetery 2014|
|Photos by Elisa Divoux, MBB Country Coordinator in Haiti|
|Photo at St Bakhita School by MBB's IT Specialist, Achemi Bakhita Adam|
|Valki in Haiti with an MBB Scholar (no pix yet from S.Sudan)|
“So far I am known as the one who attracts animals and bugs of all sorts, including a bat, Bruce, who hung out on my tukul for some time. I tried to feed him a raisin, but it seems he is not a fruit bat : ) In this first week I have two spider bites, a cat scratch, and a sizable ant managed to get trapped in my bra (and defend himself). It is 9:25 pm now and—no joke—I opened my door because of a noise…and now I have a toad in my tukul. I think it is the very one that I caught yesterday. Ha ha!"