I would like to provide an update on my time in Gondar, Ethiopia, and on my work with SCOPE FLAME. I am full-time student at the University of Washington (UW) School of Nursing (SON) working on attaining a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Population Health. I am on my final year (actually final quarter!) of […]Read more "My Time with SCOPE"
I had the pleasure to celebrate Timkat in Ethiopia on January 19, 2019 this year. Timkat is an Ethiopian Orthodox holiday that celebrates Epiphany, which commemorates the baptism of Jesus. My understanding of Timkat is that it is actually celebrated over nearly three days, and other small Timkat’s occur in the following weeks. My housemate, […]Read more "Timkat in Gondar, Ethiopia"
For this blog post I interviewed one of the most recent SCOPE Fellows: Simegnew Handebo Berasa About SCOPE Fellow Simegnew began his fellowship a year ago , and completed it in October 2018. The SCOPE program is lucky to be able to keep him on the SCOPE FLAME team as the FLAME Coordinator for field […]Read more "Simegnew Handebo Berasa – A Recent University of Gondar SCOPE Fellow"
November 27, 2018 Gregorian Calendar For this month’s blog post, I have focused on interviewing both of our most current Ethiopian SCOPE fellows, Kendalem Asmare and Simegnew Handebo. Both have finished their SCOPE Fellowship recently. I interviewed Kendalem this morning in one of the PhD Nursing offices at the University of Gondar hospital campus; I […]Read more "Recent SCOPE Fellow-Kendalem Asmare"
Rebekah here. I am going onto now my seventh month working with the SCOPE FLAME team. I had some time off during the University of Washington academic summer break to spend time with my mother and friends. Now I am back with SCOPE and energized to continue the powerful work that SCOPE provides to the […]Read more "Update"
Within the last month, I have been able to celebrate two special holidays in Ethiopia. The first being the Ethiopian New Year’s (September 11) and the second holiday being Meskel (finding of the true cross, September 27). Ethiopian New Year’s: The year in Ethiopia turned from 2010 to 2011. Whereas the United States runs on […]Read more "Holiday’s in Ethiopia"
The conclusion- but not The End. There is a big difference between a home, a house and an “apartment I rent”. For the past two months, I have been referring to the University of Gondar Guest House, as my home. As I see it, home is where you look forward to coming back at the […]Read more "University Guest House- My mini Ethiopia"