ISSN 1710-6931 July 22, 2005 Issue 52
FEATURE ARTICLES

Off the beaten track…

After graduating from university, working two jobs to raise the money, and making minimal arrangements with RESPECT's Marc Schaeffer, Tanya Walmsley left the UK in April 2004 for a year travelling through Africa. Her trip was entirely self-funded, and took her overland through several countries and even the Sahara Desert. Path


Positive Plans for Kano State Refugee Camp

RESPECT Nigeria has a new ally in its mission to improve the lives of refugees living in Nigeria. Abdulmalik Inusa Abdulrasheed, from Kano State, Nigeria, has recently begun collaborating with the organization's Nigeria branch, volunteering his valuable experience and education in an effort to realize a series of ambitious new programs in Kano State's refugee camp. Plans


RESPECT University Agriculture Course

RESPECT: What is your experience with agriculture?

Mr. Barlee: My love for the subject of Agriculture generated biologically from my father who also was an animal farmer and oceanographer by profession. When I was yet a child, gardening and animal hunting were my two major habits. Course

PHOTO GALLERY

 

Emmanuel and Sandrine meet for lunch

Emmanuel Edudzie, from Ghana, and Sandrine Cortet, RESPECT International French Coordinator, meet for lunch, and to share experiences.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

2004-2005 Poster Contest Winners Selected

A panel of judges has selected the winners of the RESPECT International Poster Contest for the 2004-2005 school year.

The two Grand Prize winners are

Eric Lee, age 16, from Homestead High School, Mequon, Wisconsin, USA

Li In, age 18, Simply Art, N.T. Hong Kong, China

Additional information about the Grand Prize and Honorable Mention posters can be found on the RESPECT website.


AFFILIATES

Meeting With a Friend of RESPECT Ghana

Emmanuel Edudzie (Ghana) is an amazing and interesting young student with a promising future in an international organization committed in development.

I live in New Jersey, USA no more than 40 minutes by train from New York City (NYC), where Emmanuel was ending an internship in the UN (United Nations) Headquarters. Fred Ayifli, Emmanuel's friend and RESPECT Ghana Coordinator introduced me to Emmanuel. We both wanted an opportunity to share, face-to-face, our personal experiences, and discuss RESPECT Ghana developments. Ghana


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