University of Victoria in Canada features EWAD intern

From the University of Victoria News Article:

“The first time that Chida Henry saw zebras running in the wild, she cried out with excitement. The Ugandan children she was traveling with were unimpressed, considering zebras to be a run-of-the-mill sight in the Ugandan countryside. Eight hours later, when they arrived at their destination, the same children cried out in excitement when they saw electricity and the big city for the first time. “Run-of-the-mill is a matter of perspective,” says Henry, a sentiment that describes her entire co-op work term.”

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