1. South Africa The math lesson

    Taking a break from sorting library books, Woody stops to give a math lesson.    “A quality education has the power to transform societies in a single generation, provide children with the protection they need from the hazards of poverty, labor exploitation and disease, and given them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their full potential.”            ~Audrey Hepburn

  2. Honduras Queso?

    Mario, my host family's errand boy, with Emily, the daughter of another relative.

  3. Senegal Night Braids

    My best friend, Dou braiding my hair in the dark one last time.

  4. Senegal Village Women

    These lovely women were walking back to their village in the southern Kaolack region of Senegal.

  5. Mali Laugh out loud

    Me and my host father's daughter, Mamy, enjoying some quality time together.

  6. Mali Dressed to Impress

    Aramata and her baby brother take a break from selling peanuts to pose for the camera.

  7. Bangladesh CLosing Ceremony for English Class

    Closing Ceremony for Department of Youth Development English Class.  Certificate ceremony for my co-ed class. 

  8. Costa Rica Sisters

    Two sisters take a break on a bench in Tortugero, Costa Rica.

  9. Costa Rica The Eg Vendor

    Don Fernando and his wife sell eggs from their home daily to local community members.

  10. Philippines A Home Sweet Home

    This was certainly one of the best times in my entire life! This was certainly the favorite place that I have lived. Remembering the quiet and profound friendship continues to help me know my center.

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.