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FREE PDF ☆ BOOK EritreaTwo Years Living and Learning in Agordat ñ DCMDIRECT Ý [Download] ➵ EritreaTwo Years Living and Learning in Agordat By Richard Bates – Dcmdirect.co.uk This book began with a blog kept by Richard Bates during his period as a volunteer worker for VSO Voluntary This book began with a blog kept by Richard Bates during his period as a volunteer worker for VSO Voluntary Service Overseas in Eritrea Now augmented with letters and journals Richard narrates his experiences of two years in a country whose present reality is shaped by colonialism and struggle Since Independence in 1994 Eritrea's government has become increasingly isolated and oppressive Yet this is not a bleak read By working as an English methodologist for the Ministry of Education i

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N the Gash Barka region Richard saw life in all its fullness Restriction and bureaucracy shortages and suffering are not the only features of Eritrean life; Richard also sees humour times of happiness and even occasional festivities And the people he meets show extraordinary kindness to a stranger who entered their lives with blond hair many pairs of shorts and a large repertoire of campfire songs As a memoir of Richards time with VSO from 2006 to 2008 this cant give you the full histo

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EritreaTwo Years Living and Learning in AgordatRy of Eritreas struggles but I hope it gives a vivid picture of a country and its people in a moment in time through the eyes of someone who cared enough to give up his job and his home to spend two years living and working among themRoyalties from sales of this book will be divided between VSO and the Eritrea Relief Association a UK charity that has been working in Eritrea since 1976 with projects providing services for children with Down's Syndrome Autism Spectrum Disorders and HIVAI