This book consists of 83 mini stories based on authoras personal encounters with many interesting and challenging situations and memorable people throughout her thirty-plus years of working and living overseas. Some of these encounters are charming, some disheartening, some thought-provoking, but all are based upon wonderful human interactions. These stories will touch your heart, make you think, and offer lessons about the human experience in difficult circumstances. In the process you will also have a glimpse of life in a variety of countries, as diverse as India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sudan, Syria, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Cambodia, Morocco, China, Romania, Bulgaria, and France. Anyone who is interested in the world beyond your own environment, and those who might be interested in working internationally, would have an idea of what itas like to live and work outside your own culture.For this reason, UNICEF has long provided training to village-level traditional birth attendants (TBAs). My role was to ... my evaluation manual for UNICEFa#39;s TBA training program, I organized a workshop in Sudan. UNICEF ... Actually, this problem was not just in the roomsathe hotel in 64 Sawon Hong The Khartoum Hilton.
|Title||:||A Nomadic Life|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2014-01-14|