Saturday, November 06, 2004

Africa: Judging a village by its huts

By Abraham McLaughlin
The other day, in the desert of southern Chad, I met a man named Otto Honke. He’s lived in Africa for many years as a German aid-agency worker. As we drove in his Toyota Land Cruiser along potholed dirt roads, through a series of villages near the city of Mondou, we talked about village life in Africa.

Read more at the following link:
Christian Science Monitor Blog | Notebook: Africa Archive July, 2004: "Judging a village by its huts"

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