www.weadvance.org is focused on delivering relevant information via mobile phones to people in disaster areas and/or in despot communities who don’t have access to information or technology,. We have received such wonderful feedback from the short, relevant 60 video lessons we are now beginning our fund raising drive. Please spread the word and see the attached and visit our… Read More →
Visiting Africa is quite a bit like returning home, even if you’re not originally from there. It is a place we should all visit.
It is a wonderful feeling when someone says “Oh, you are from Zimbabwe? What a beautiful country! I was there a little while ago and…” It takes me right back to the flamboyant trees and dark red mud. For some slight narcissistic reason, I feel instantly connected to this person just because they’ve also had… Read More →
I now ask myself is this being generous? I don’t see it as generous; I see it as part of my value eco-system. I don’t know how to think differently to this and I assume everyone else probably thinks the same.
I am always surprised that we feel culture is one thing we can always understand. But perhaps if we step back, might we want to alter our approach to understanding a particular one, instead of understanding culture as a whole? © Clare Munn I come from a country of approximately twelve million people, where ten… Read More →
Growing up Zimbabwean has taught me many things but, like a silly goat, I perhaps didn’t learn to pause until quite recently. I travel a bit too much. The hurried rush of the crowds, a constant change in scenery, and an almost clockwork level of order stir up my fondness for home. It was, after… Read More →
Like any global natural disaster, I am so incredibly saddened for Haiti. A dreadful crisis brought to a country already in crisis. I want to help. Now. Selfishly, I want the world to ALSO focus on Zimbabwe too! I want the world to know what is going on there and how many 100’s of thousands… Read More →