Micaela Browning | KF17/18 | Sierra Leone
This post has a long-ish preamble before I get down to the real moral. Bear with me for just a little bit.
Let’s face it: If you are a foreigner in rural Sierra Leone during the rainy season, you will invariably find yourself engaged in a game of what my friend Ryan once referred to as Tropical Disease Roulette. While you may be unsure whether the bullet contains typhoid, malaria, or the alphabet soup of the hepatitises, you can be absolutely certain that – probably sooner rather than later – you are going to come...Continue Reading >>