Tag Archives: IYIP

AMA – Final Thoughts

International Development Week is now finished for 2016, but you can still check out the blog/website we created for the event.  We asked you to tell us all your burning questions about life in Nepal and Bangladesh, and we answered! … Continue reading

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AMA Recap – What We’ve Learned So Far!

This week is International Development Week (#IDW2016). For the last few days, Rebecca and I have been answering lots of questions about our experiences in Nepal and Bangladesh. I wanted to share a few of the interesting things that we’ve … Continue reading

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Ask Me Anything! – International Development Week

This week (February 7 to 13) is International Development Week (#IDW2016).  This week is a time for those of us in development to have a conversation about the field we work in, and to share our stories with those in the general public.  This year, … Continue reading

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Fair Trade, Handicrafts, Design – “What are you working on in Nepal?”

I love Nepal.  I’m really having a great time here.  It’s so nice to come out of the prison that was life in Dhaka, and have some freedom – I feel like a bird released from my cage!  With a … Continue reading

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Ok so you’re going to Bangladesh… What is IYIP anyway?

As most of you know, I’ll be in Bangladesh for 6 months working with TARANGO through the IYIP Program. But I’m sure you have some questions… What is the IYIP Program? Who is TARANAGO? What will I be doing exactly? … Continue reading

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“So, what you up to next week?” – Leaving for Bangladesh!!

If you had asked me the question “So, what you up to next week?” last week, I would have said “Leaving for Bangladesh!!”  Crazy right?  Not an ordinary answer, and definitely not what I had in mind even 2 months … Continue reading

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