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As part of my placement in the IYIP program, we’re expected to be taken on “field visits” by our host organization/local partner (AKA the NGO that we actually work for on a daily basis). We’re given a budget for these … Continue reading
During my trip to Barisal (which is the focus of my next blog) a few weeks ago, we stayed in a guesthouse that is run by TARANGO in Kadambari. The guesthouse is just a few rooms scattered around the building that … Continue reading
For those who’ve been following my blog, you know i’m currently in Bangladesh, and there’s a “security situation”. You also may have heard that other countries are pulling out their foreign staff, or not sending them here in the first … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was able to join a short visit to Tangail with some of the board members from the Jute Team in Germany (TARANGO’s German counterpart). It was really great to see the entire process from dried … Continue reading
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