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  • Utilizing DowntimeHello again! Hopefully this latest blog finds everyone doing well and enjoying summer, assuming you're in the Northern Hemisphere. The biggest news here is that we have a floor plan Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Aug 15, 2014
  • Mt. Mulanje Greetings again from sunny Neno, Malawi. After some heavy rain on Monday and Tuesday of last week, the weather has returned to mostly clear skies, sunshine, and beautiful Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Aug 7, 2014
  • The Calm Before the Storm, I hopeAs a week, it did not go by slowly, but there were a few days that seemed to crawl along. While I love being able to take the time to explore the surrounding area by foot, I am more than Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Jul 27, 2014
  • The First Week in NenoHello from the beautiful rural scene that is Neno. Save from a few short strips of asphalt, the entire district is off tarmac. This has nothing to do with an airport, it's simply a paved road. A friend asked me Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Jul 20, 2014
  • Blantyre For a FewI had planned on posting sometime during the past week, but then things got a bit hectic. Besides, I haven't been taking many pictures as we are still settling in and we weren't in Blantyre to necessarily see the sights. Posted by tylerwein in Backpacks Are For Travel, Not School | Jul 12, 2014
  • Step 3: Informed consentinformed consent n. Consent by a patient to a surgical or medical procedure or participation in a clinical study after achieving an understanding of the relevant medical facts and the risks involved. Obtaining informed consent is Posted by ellenheinsbroek in Ellen in Malawi | May 27, 2014
  • My research So to start from the beginning: pneumonia is a major killer of children worldwide. The World Health Organisation estimates that around 18% of deaths in children under the age of five are due to pneumonia. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/667103/lar Posted by ellenheinsbroek in Ellen in Malawi | Mar 30, 2014
  • Welcome!Welcome to my blog! I'm currently in Malawi for the fieldwork of my PhD on pneumococcal carriage and transmission. I'm based at the Karonga Prevention Study (KPS), a well-established epidemiological research centre in Chilumba, northern Malawi. In the n Posted by ellenheinsbroek in Ellen in Malawi | Mar 29, 2014
  • Goodbye MalawiSo in a few hours I'll be at the aiport to take a flight back to Canada. It has been a great time in Malawi and valuable learning experience. To summarize some of the things that I have done / Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Apr 5, 2013
  • What I have Been Working OnSo if you're been reading my blog you might be thinking "wow this analyst has doesn't actually do any work!" So this post is dedicated to the work I've been doing. The goal of my mandate is to help the Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Apr 4, 2013
  • Day Trip to MulanjeOn Sunday Sameer, Kristina, and Lawrence (the person who runs the organization I'm working with) took a day trip out to Mulanje. Mulanje is about a 1 hour drive from Blantyre and probably most well known for being the town Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Apr 3, 2013
  • Good FridayWe had a four day weekend for Easter. On Good Friday I was sitting the lodge and heard singing. So I ran out to the street (which is maybe 80 meters away) and there is a huge crowd of a Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Apr 2, 2013
  • My Visit to a Private Religious HospitalEarlier in the week I had a running nose, felt very tired, and a bit weak. On Wednesday I felt too tired to go to work so I slept in the morning before meeting Alice from WUSC, Sameer, Cynthia and Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 29, 2013
  • Adventures at Zomba Plateau and Why Not to Walk at NightWhen people say don't go out at night on foot in Malawi, especially if you're alone, foreign, and female, listen to them. Last Saturday I decided to take a day trip to hike around the Zomba Plateau. However unlike all the Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 29, 2013
  • Being A ForeignerFor the past two days I've walked around Blantyre city - to the markets, some restaurants, and a grocery store. I've also been getting a bit lost as there are few street signs. People here are very curious about me Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 21, 2013
  • Things that are different and confuse meI got back into Blantyre last night and am glad to be back. We held our strategic planning workshop Monday and Tuesday in Lilongwe which I would say went reasonably well given the time we had to prepare for it. Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 20, 2013
  • A crazy weekThis week I was in 5 cities in Malawi, had 18 meetings with stakeholders for my organization. We have a two day workshop on Monday and Tuesday which I'll need to prepare for over the weekend. Where I've been this Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 15, 2013
  • Safari WeekendLast weekend Winnie, Pippa, and I went on a trip to Majete Wildlife Reserve. It was two days, all inclusive, and we participated in a afternoon/evening game drive, morning walk, boat ride, and morning game drive. I am very tanned Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 14, 2013
  • OrientationOn Tuesday Winnie and I were picked up to go to the WUSC office for orientation. There we met Alice (Program Co-ordinator) and Jacob (Country Director). We learned a bit more about our mandates and about Malawi - apparently there Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 7, 2013
  • Landed in MalawiLanded on Sunday and was definitely happy to be off the plane, especially with a seat like this from Ethiopia to Congo: Those are my legs, the window on the right, and the blue carriage on th Posted by Analyst in Analyst in Malawi | Mar 4, 2013
  • MalawiMalawi Malawiiiiiiii! The sixth country visited during our tour through Southern Africa was the small and I suspect rarely heard of nation of Malawi. Malawi is a landlocked country in Southern Africa located between Zambia and Tanzania on the conventio Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Feb 17, 2013
  • Mzuzu, Ruware, Nkotakota and south to ZombaOur plan is to head north and to do this we take a taxi in the morning inland to Mzuzu, and take a flatbed truck for the 4 hour journey through stunning hillsides and valleys to the lakeside town of Posted by bumble_bee in Africa trip | Oct 21, 2012
  • Nkhata Bay, Chizumulu and Likoma islands on Lake MalawiAlready we seem to be more on a backpacker trail here, as the place is full of young people. We take a Taxi to the Axa Luxury Bus terminal, where tickets come on sale at 11:00 precisely, and not Posted by bumble_bee in Africa trip | Oct 21, 2012
  • Crossing the border to Malawin the morning we look for Forex to buy some Malawi Kwatcha, but come away empty handed. We find a shared taxi to take us to the border, and before long are on our way. Within 30 minutes Posted by bumble_bee in Africa trip | Oct 21, 2012
  • Goodbye KCHToday I said goodbye to everyone at KCH. I have to admit, it was really difficult. For all the complaining I did on this blog, I hope I have also made clear to you guys, that the last ten weeks Posted by JonaWalk in Jona's Travel Blog | Sep 17, 2012
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