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There is a children's club in Malawi. For the sake of security, I will not reveal the name, but that doesn't mean I can't share it's heart. When I hear the term 'street rat’, I'm sure I'm not the only one who jumps to the charming Aladdin who steals and thieves to the beat of catchy tunes, but in Malawi, it's a sad and very real problem. There are children who come from abusive homes, parents who cannot support them, some are orphaned, and they all come together in the streets. It's the o

What happens when a Chicken is your roommate

Three stories from our life in the village: 1. One day I walked into our room and found Jo (my hilarious teammate) sitting upright on her knees on her small wooden twin sized bed. She looked at me and said “Kim! I was bending down behind the bed to grab my sports bra that had fallen and to my horror and surprise, I found a chicken just laying underneath the bed!” It was about maybe 2pm in the afternoon. Jo has a huge phobia of chickens. If one even flaps its wings too fast she will