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Alhadj's thoughts on his first visit to the US
Friday, April 30, 2010

My people, the Tuareg people of Niger, West Africa have a proverb that says: ''Travel is a University.'' I will describe the service during my stay in the country of ''Uncle Tom,'' the land of freedom commonly known as the United States of America (USA) from February 14 to April 12, 2010. As an African, I was impressed by three American values, which are: the organization of the system, hospitality, and respect for human rights as behavior.

 
Virginia’s school
Friday, August 5, 2005

Virginia’s school
One of our Volunteers, Virginia Emmons, is assigned to Kabey Fo, a village that is poor ev

 
Fighting famine in Niger
Sunday, July 31, 2005
Virginia Emmons is the founder of Educate Tomorrow International, an organization to fight hunger and promote education in Niger
 
Food crisis in Niger grows amid wait for aid
Monday, July 25, 2005

Nasseiba Ali is the face of hunger in Niger. The 20-month-old girl weighs just 12 pounds, and her eyes are clouded at night, one of the symptoms of her chronic mal