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My Trip to Sokodé

On June 5, I headed to Sokodé, a town that is situated in the central region of Togo where I will […]

And in the beginning, there was water

In summer of 2012, I took a leap of faith and flew across the world with a one-way plane ticket […]

My Research Topic

I have spent two weeks in Lomé, finishing up my paperwork with my internship supervisor. I already received the ministry […]

Two weeks down, eight to go

It is amazing to think that I have been at the Gold Coast for two weeks now and fully dived […]

The Connection Between Lemurs, Researchers and the Community

I first learned lemurs existed in high school zoology class. People always ask me “why lemurs?” Why was this the […]

What’s New Down on the Farm

Agriculture activities are a significant contributor to human emissions of greenhouse gases. When new fields are opened for farming, cultivation […]

Back home in Togo

I landed at Gnassingbé Eyadema airport in Lomé, Togo, almost two weeks ago. It was around 1 p.m. and I […]

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