Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 5

Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 5

When I chose to live in Fiji for four months, I knew I would most likely enjoy it, but I never expected it to feel like a second home … My experience has taught me things I could have never anticipated, lessons which have contributed to who I am as a student, an international development worker, and above all, as a person.

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Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 1

Risk and Resilience in Fiji, Part 1

“I grew up believing that the world needed saving, but that world was a caricature: of people in developing countries that are helpless, communities full of poor mothers and starving children eking by in barren landscapes.” Coastal Routes undergraduate affiliate Yanik Rozon offers her inaugural post from her internship in Fiji!

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