For the last eight months the build-up of a potentially life-altering trip had begun to take over my thoughts and… Read more Macro social work on an international context
I have been home in Canada for just over a month, and I have been trying to write this piece… Read more My Reflection: What does it mean to be a part of QES?
Nairobi has a real knack for fashion, and I have only been able to scratch the surface in understanding the… Read more Masked Generosity: A Narrative on Kenya’s Second-Hand Clothing Industry
A few weeks ago, I sat in a conference meeting hosted by the European Union (EU) where they unveiled their… Read more Foreign Aid: Hidden Agendas in Development
Before starting my internship, I did some extensive research on UNOPS and found myself confused and perplexed regarding the work… Read more My Internship with UNOPS: The Role of the Partnership Development Office
Studying Global Development Studies, I have many friends who travel abroad for development projects or leisure. Therefore, I had heard… Read more Culture Shock and The Expat Hermit
I became interested in a specific topic during my time in Kenya regarding human rights. In this blog, I will… Read more LGBT Rights in Kenya: An Overview
the QES internship was an amazing experience, learning new things, immersing myself in a different culture, meeting other QES interns,… Read more Looking back……
On the 8th of June 2018, the QES Scholars (Edith, Phanice and I) were privileged to take part in a… Read more A Trip of a Life Time!
The response to many of the questions that have been asked since I came back to Kenya concerning my Queen… Read more GLAD I SAID YES TO QES!