Charlotte Bourdillon

Charlotte Bourdillon (Kakenya Center for Excellence – KCE): In the summer of 2009, Charlotte worked with an indigenous women's weaving group in Temuco, Chile. She received her B.A. in Community Health and International Relations from Tufts University in 2010. Prior to her AP fellowship, Charlotte also worked with a health and community-led development initiative in Haiti, called RESPE:Ayiti. Charlotte also interned at Physicians for Human Rights in Cambridge, MA. After her fellowship Charlotte wrote: “I can look at so many deliverables that I am proud of; things I am especially happy to have been able to achieve in the low-resource area I was working in."



Students from the Mara – video

07 Jun

Had some great internet in Nairobi, so I was able to upload this footage to youtube. I thought it might be interesting to see Perenai and Ryle, the girls about whom I have written a couple of times. Here is the interview I took with them on video, before I had visited their hometown of Pusanki. The quality isn’t great and it is a little long, and you’ll need to turn up the volume to hear the girls’ voices (although mine is blaring). I basically have no great photos of them but wanted to share a visual. Do notice how shy and quiet they are taught to be.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-1a_86f9_0

Posted By Charlotte Bourdillon

Posted Jun 7th, 2011

249 Comments

  • Thanks so much for sharing, Perenai and Ryle! Kudos to Brenda for her stellar translation!

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