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Nov
16

Re-Entry: My confusing and overwhelming homecoming from Mozambique

written by Tara Haelle

I’ve been back in the U.S. just over a week, and I’m only just starting to get on top of my schedule (as much as that is ever possible, that is). The re-entry has been… I’m not sure how to describe it. In some ways it’s been rough, in others calming, in others disorienting. My […]

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Oct
27

Mozambican art exhibit offers stark visual of pediatrician shortages

written by Tara Haelle

I mentioned in my post yesterday that I would share the other exhibit at the National Museum of Art in Maputo that I most compelling. I originally included it with that post, but these images deserved their own. The second floor art installation, by artist Naguib Abdula, starkly reveals children’s limited access to quality health care in this […]

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Oct
26

Pumping adventures on the way to Mozambique

written by Tara Haelle

Remember the International Reporting Project (IRP) fellowship I said I had received to travel to Mozambique and report on child health and immunizations? Well, I’ve been here just under two days and have had the pleasure of meeting all the other awesome colleagues I’ll be working alongside. Tomorrow will be our first official set of program events, and I’m […]

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