This, too, is Liberia

29 October 2010 at 11:00

Though I have only spent three months in Liberia working as a fellow with LEAP, Kiva’s field partner here, as I prepare to leave the country this weekend I find that I’m at a loss for words to describe my feelings. I’ll be honest – it took me a while to adjust to life here, but now that I have I’m really going to miss all the wonderful people I met and Liberia’s unique culture. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, I’m following suit from Sarah Curl’s photo-diary of Uganda to let some photos do the talking for me:

TTFN (ta-ta for now), Liberia!

EB Moore is a Kiva Fellow that has been working for several months with Local Enterprise Assistance Program (LEAP) in Liberia. After wrapping up her fellowship there, she’s eager to continue her adventure by working with a new Kiva field partner in South Africa and sharing her experiences soon!

If you’re intrigued by these photos and want to have your own once-in-a-lifetime adventure, apply to be a Kiva Fellow!

Entry filed under: KF12 (Kiva Fellows 12th Class), Liberia, Local Enterprise Assistance Program (LEAP). Tags: , , , , .

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