Advice for a Young Humanitarian, Myself
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Advice for a Young Humanitarian, Myself

Advice for a Young Humanitarian, Myself

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my early days in Haiti. About everything I didn’t know back then, and all I’ve learned in the past twenty-five years since. This is the advice I wish I could have given to myself, back when I was only twenty-nine and just beginning my path as a humanitarian. I’m hoping it will help and inspire you on your own journey!

This is part one, part two coming soon! – Susie

 

 

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