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Danielle Forsythe Guglielmucci
We all have our own individual reasons for being drawn to humanitarian work. For some it is an easy decision, but others it takes a very thoughtful process to make our decision.
09 Jan 2017 / 2 minute read
Off I go to Mali!
After a challenging 6-month mission in Central African Republic (CAR) and a well-needed (and perhaps a bit excessive) 4-month break at home, I am back on the field!
08 Jul 2015 / 2 minute read
Where has November gone?
After over a month of blogging comatose, at the pressing of several friends who suspect I might have succumbed to malaria (which I never got) or have spontaneously combusted, here I am.
09 Dec 2014 / 3 minute read
Having attended a business school, worked in the corporate world and lived some chunk of my life in bountiful consumerism, my decision to forego the comfort of home to g
22 Oct 2014 / 3 minute read
How are you?
October 9 to 12: 4 days of house lockdown
16 Oct 2014 / 3 minute read
Just as I was getting comfortable
Shootings here and there, grenades now and then. So is the life in Bangui I have grown accustomed to. The mind is exceptional at adaptation and soon enough, your standards of normalcy shift.
08 Oct 2014 / 2 minute read
30 days, alive and well!
Today marks one-month since I set foot in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR).
27 Sep 2014 / 5 minute read
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