The Inhamabne Cemetery, a chapa mutiny, and working with Mozambican time... Week 8 part ONE.

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July 9th 2015
Published: July 9th 2015
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So, let’s start from the beginning – Sunday. I had to get out of CoH. I was kind of going crazy… ok, more than kind of. I got up, packed what I could that I wasn’t going to use that night, and faffed about on the internet for a bit before heading out for the wait-then-chapa-then-wait-then-boat routine to Inhambane. The weather was decent and I brought a book so I wasn’t moved by any of t... Read Full Entry

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New construction

The activists want to build a new clinic area for the medical team to have somewhere to go to when they come.
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Prenatal hut

This is where the prenatal activities are held and where I was fully prepared to be staying for three days. It was important that I spent time here, one way or another.

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