A Photographer’s Journey with African Road

A Photographer’s Journey with African Road

I’m Katie, you may notice from my accent that I’m not from round here. I live in London, England and as Kelly’s already mentioned I work as a photographer and in communications. Over the last 4 years I have had the privilege of working with African Road, I was a...

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A Cynic’s Endorsement for African Road

A Cynic’s Endorsement for African Road

This post was adapted from a talk Craig Spinks gave at the African Road Gala in 2016. I want to tell you the story of how I fell in love with African Road. But it’ll help if you first hear a bit of my backstory. I’m a videographer. I started making videos at around...

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The Story of Loveness

The Story of Loveness

I met Loveness, a member of New Hope for Girls Organization, in July 2016. Consoler -- NHGO's founder and mom to 32 rescued girls -- asked me how old I thought Loveness was. I looked at her small frame and guessed 6 or 7 years old. In fact, Loveness was 12. She had...

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English girl in East Africa

English girl in East Africa

It’s good to be back. You may remember me, Katie Garner, from such chronicles as ‘How to eat your way around New York’ in 2010, or ‘How not to navigate the Congo’ in 2012, or ‘Various shades of coffee shop’ in Portland, Oregon 2015. Now, I’m back with East Africa...

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Bakery Training at Togetherness Cooperative

Bakery Training at Togetherness Cooperative

As a donor and volunteer for African Road, it doesn't get much better than this: Pulling up to the Togetherness Cooperative in person for the first time, feeling the breeze, seeing the view, smelling the farm, and knowing it really is real. On Tuesday, I was delighted...

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