Tag Archives: HIV

Love4Gambia 2012 – The Sequel

On an early November morning, I was having breakfast and browsing Facebook – a part of my typical morning routine before heading to work at my Ottawa government office.   Little did I know that this was not to be a … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: “Becoming a Gambian”

I’m thrilled to bring you a guest blog post by Allison Reeves this week.  Allison is a PhD student in health communication and was one of four NSGA interns that worked in The Gambia on our Gender Equity and Youth … Continue reading

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Together We Can Do It!

Kebba said that to me on Run Day 3.  Ashley yelled “You can do it” out the truck window and Kebba, running next to me, said “Yes, together, we can do it.” July 10, Day 4 of running.  100km run !!! … Continue reading

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How Katherine Will Save the Day

Update, May, 2011: Unfortunately Katherine will be unable to join my support team in The Gambia. I’ve shared with you how touched and grateful I am that my massage therapist, Katherine Tidman, is working hard to pay her way to … Continue reading

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Love4Gambia begins!

This July, I will be running all the way across a country in Africa to keep kids alive through HIV education.  Let me tell you more about this and how you can be a part of this unique campaign. Three … Continue reading

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