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Another year past by. New challenges ahead!

Another year past by. New challenges ahead!

2013 was a mixed year in many ways. But all in all it was OK, business wise better than I hoped for under the circumstances. Got a number of new regular customers. I hope to capitalize on that moving in to 2014. Especially some of the new corporate clients looks interesting I have to say. I have been very busy…

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18,000 children under five dies every day.

18,000 children under five dies every day.

18,000 children under five years old dies every day. This according to a new report from UNICEF. This is “better” than recent years, but still far off the target to erase two thirds of the children deaths before end of 2015 (from 1990). I hope everybody who is working with these issues will be successful. Below a picture I took…

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Jimba

Jimba

Jimba village is located off the A109 Road between Mombasa and Nairobi. It takes a good half hour to get there from Mombasa. When I visited Jimba in 2009 it had not rained for at least three years in the area. The soil was very dry and it was difficult to groove anything. The people in Jimba had to walk…

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Juma in Mikindani, Kenya

Juma in Mikindani, Kenya

The Mikindani suburb outside Kenyan coastal town Mombasa has experienced a growth in population due to the industrialization in the area. Unfortunately many of the newcomers end up in the slum areas. One family that came to Mikindani a few years ago is Nzingo Maria and her three children. She came here in hope for a better future after her…

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World Food Day – 16 October

World Food Day – 16 October

World Food Day was proclaimed in 1979 by the Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). It marks the date of the founding of FAO in 1945. The aim of the Day is to heighten public awareness of the world food problem and strengthen solidarity in the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty. Nearly 870 million people, or one…

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More on water.

More on water.

In 2002, World Leaders committed to the eight Millennium Development Goals, Goal 7 of which is “to halve, by 2015, the proportion of people with sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation”. The world is on track to meet the drinking water target, but at current levels of progress will miss the sanitation target by 700 million people….

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To write

To write

Without words, without writing and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity. – Hermann Hesse A few pictures on the subejct “to write”. More to come soon.

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Blackboard

Blackboard

Today is the Swedish National Day, which since a couple of years back is a public holiday. Basically, nobody works today back home. Enjoy. It is celebrated in memory of the day Gustav Vasa was elected King of Sweden. Me myself will meet up with some Swedish friends for lunch or dinner. It will be nice as always I hope….

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Bed time

Bed time

Spent most of the time this week in bed. The back pain wont go away. We will see what the doc has to say about tomoroow. Spend time sleeping, watching movies, reading some interesting books, cleaning up the laptop, and some more sleeping. Thanks for great delivery services from many food outlets in Bangkok. Been looking through some of my…

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Girl in Ghana.

Girl in Ghana.

A girl I met in Ghana 2008. She was crying since the kids were fighting to have their picture taken. Not much I could do except than take a lot of pictures. I enjoyed it!

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