Monthly Archives: September 2019

Open Hearts and Open Doors by Tori Roberts

I had the opportunity to stay with Bina Buumbo, an auntie that works at the Haven, this weekend in her own village and home. We walked to her house with her when she got off work, and as soon as … Continue reading

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My McNair Experience by Felicia VanWinkle

This summer I was able to participate in the McNair summer research internship. The McNair Scholars Program was set up to help students who are minorities, low income, or first gen. college students get into graduate and doctoral programs! As … Continue reading

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Mango Tree by Haley Roberts

I am starting to realize that my time here in Africa and at the Haven is starting to dwindle down. Knowing that in a few short weeks I will be leaving those sweet babies breaks my heart. I am going … Continue reading

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Spiritual Path by Haley Roberts

This morning when I woke up we had no power. I am starting to learn that this is a normal thing here in Africa. Electricity is something that I take for granted at home. So often I complain when the … Continue reading

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