By Bradley Mellicker
Just before the arrival of Hurricane Sandy last year, the impoverished residents of the small agricultural village of Babako— as well as countless others around Haiti— prepared the best they could for the unpredictable effects of the coming storm.
By Annie Cosalan
Many live in dread of dealing with the media. One IOM colleague and mission media focal point (who shall remain nameless), told how she wakes up in a cold sweat after any encounter with the media. Why? I asked her over a crackling Skype line this week: “I have these nightmares that something I said was either wrong or misreported and is now all over the internet."
By Leonard Doyle
Armed only with a camera and notebook, Len Grant, a self-described “middle-aged bloke from the suburbs,” spends a lot of his time these days looking for shadow people.
“I’m discovering this community on behalf of my own,” he says.