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Counting blessings has provided me with solace as I stumble along with everyone else in this pandemic. I am dazzled by the spring beauty. I am humbled by the privilege I enjoy as someone with a home, a family, a dog, and friends who send encouragement from around the world.
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This is a photo of the taxi park in Kampala, where we watched hundreds of taxis vie for space and passengers. The miracle of it was that there were no accidents despite countless close calls.
Hannah Graham Memorial Award Scholar Sonja Kapadia and CHUK clinician, Dr. Jackson Kwizera Ndekezi
Photo Credit: CGH Scholar, Emily Evans, South West Uganda
Project: Benefits of Bison Grazing on a Native American Ranch in South Dakota
This was taken during a bison roundup. The bison needed to be moved from one end of the property to the other, which required herding on horseback. The bison are important part of the historical Native American food culture. All of the bison raised on the German ranch are raised without any antibiotics and eat only the grass produced on the ranch. The hope of this bison rancher is return the prairie to its natural state through bison grazing.
MHIRT Scholars and Faculty in South Africa
Photo Credit: 2015 Boissevain CGH Scholar Anna Eisenstein - Uganda
View from Republica Restaurant in Kigali. One of our last nights as a research team in Rwanda!