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''My father is one of my role models. He was a great man. He had so much strength in him. By the time he died his leg was amputated, because he suffered from gangrene. He was a hunter and he would go hunting with his gun and one leg. I could see the passion in him and that strength in him. He could go into the field and start weeding with just one leg. So I learned you have to be strong in everything. I have a lot of challenges in life. Things like the high cost of living and the political scenarios. But still that doesnโ€™t keep me from loving everybody.'' David - Head of Security for our Volunteer Accommodation in Livingstone, Zambia

#FacesOfAfrica #AfricanImpact #MakeYourImpact

#tbt
one of my favorite memories from my time in Zambia this past September with @africanimpact.
@ryanftwendel and I had finished up plastering the new schoolroom with our community project leader, Mr. Mulopa. Before the 'mzungu' bus picked us up, we got to play with the kids on recess. Dare I say, NOTHING is better than recess!
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Last horse swim in Antelope ๐Ÿ’ฆ๐Ÿ’˜Park #travelalott #africanimpact

4 uker med ๐Ÿฆ
#antelopepark #africanimpact

I was thinking to myself "I'll climb up a tree in case of danger" then I saw the lions climb ๐Ÿ˜… read my blog post --> link in my bio

That moment when everything in your life, even those seemingly wrong decisions, comes down to a singular moment where it all makes sense. I just had that moment; or rather, three weeks of those moments. This country & its beautiful people will live in my heart forever. Zikomo, Zambia ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฒ #africanimpact

FOOD FIGHT!! (Sorry to my vegetarian friends for posting this ๐Ÿ™ˆ) #africanimpact #antelopepark

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One of my favorite animal facts: A mistranslation of the Dutch word for "wide" is how the "white" rhinos got their name. White rhinos have wider mouths than black rhinos - color has nothing to do with it! #funfacts

''My father is one of my role models. He was a great man. He had so much strength in him. By the time he died his leg was amputated, because he suffered from gangrene. He was a hunter and he would go hunting with his gun and one leg. I could see the passion in him and that strength in him. He could go into the field and start weeding with just one leg. So I learned you have to be strong in everything. I have a lot of challenges in life. Things like the high cost of living and the political scenarios. But still that doesnโ€™t keep me from loving everybody.'' David - Head of Security for our Volunteer Accommodation in Livingstone, Zambia

#FacesOfAfrica #AfricanImpact #MakeYourImpact

Where the bad isn't that bad, and the good is so much better #quotesfromanna

Misty mornings in Zimbabwe #africawithdrawals

I was thinking to myself "I'll climb up a tree in case of danger" then I saw the lions climb ๐Ÿ˜… read my blog post --> link in my bio

10 years ago ๐Ÿ˜ณ oh to be 17 and risk averse again

#whydidijumpfirst #2007 #17 #tbt #victoriafalls #zambia #africanimpact

@ailin5 making some magic for the students at Monde

One day at the farm. ๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒพ
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Visiting the boys who lives nearby, making mats to their homes. So creative and full of ideas. ๐Ÿ’ก
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Harvesting, cleaning and preparing chinese cabbage for the girls to eat with nshima after a couple of hours of hard work. The cabbage has a prickling feeling to it and to handle it with bare hands is not that fun. Your hands get red and itches. But I loved it anyway. โœŒ๐Ÿผ It's sooo worth it - because it feeds the girls and their families.
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#Zambia#Livingstone#GirlImpact#AfricanImpact#Volunteering

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