Sheila, a 63-year-old tenured professor in education from New York City talks about her spontaneous service trip to Tanzania and its impact on her.
In this post, Sophie Brown, one of our wildlife photographers in the Greater Kruger, South Africa, talks about camera accessories.
Sophie Brown, one of our wildlife photographers in the Greater Kruger, shares her advice on what you should pack for a photo safari in Africa.
This post explores 3 basic camera settings: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO. It is the first article in our series on wildlife photography for beginners.
Sophie Brown, one of our onsite wildlife photographers in South Africa, shares her advice on packing for a trip to Africa.
A contemplation of study abroad and Mandela’s belief that education is a lifelong practice of pursuing knowledge and understanding through experience, dialogue, reflection, and action.
A Gender Equality intern in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania discusses her experience and how she helped create a relevant curriculum for Network Against Female Genital Mutilation (NAFGEM).
Various news publications recently reported that Zambia is on the brink of famine. But are things really as bad as the news suggests?
A 16 year old volunteer from the UK joined our education volunteer program in South Africa and talks about the transformative and transcendent experience.