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Fiersking
fiersking  Age : 24 ans
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  Hi Bonnie! I read the book What is the What over two years ago and I still flash back on it. The fact that it is a true story made it even more poignant. Hearing what a young child in Sudan had to live thguorh gives perspective for us Americans. Thank you for making others aware of the importance of reading this boy's true accounting of his childhood and the social and emotional impacts of his country's political struggle.  
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               xwtQaRD8O (non membre) (30/04/2014 18:45)
  Hi Bonnie! I read the book What is the What over two years ago and I still flash back on it. The fact that it is a true story made it even more poignant. Hearing what a young child in Sudan had to live throguh gives perspective for us Americans. Thank you for making others aware of the importance of reading this boy's true accounting of his childhood and the social and emotional impacts of his country's political struggle.  
               DFU5NqXKL (non membre) (30/04/2014 17:53)
  It is good to see someone like from the British ebinsltshmeat to go around and see Sudan and reflect about what;s going on in such a fast country like Sudan, I also hope you and the government make most efforts to help to sort out the mess in Sudan which is supported by many international players including Britain. I feel bitty when I see my original country in such bad conditions because of the long lasting conflicts between armed factions and the government which is corrupt,oppressive and dysfunctional. as British Sudanese I wish if Britain leads the way to help the people of Sudan away from their government via civil societies and charitable group,who are working with people in all aspects of life including health, education and social services.we are seen very little efforts from the British communities of Sudanese origin who are trying to help to rebuild our people in Sudan.as Professional Physician with fast experience in Uk over the last 20 years I am on my way back to Sudan to help our people in all health aspects, I hope with my good connections working in most of the British cities and towns except Northern Ireland to bring more British expertise and institute but I am struggling to convince them to visit because of the bad advice on the foreign office website , that Khartoum and Sudan are not safe, so as you visited Tokar and East of Sudan, I hope you pass the message to the foriegn office to change their message at Least to Khartoum which I find it safer than some part of London, Liverpool, manchester and Glasgow ( I worked there), some of my colleagues in hospital do not know about Sudan and asked if they have to visit would they saty in TENT , so they feel still we live in bushes and jungles, while you can see the internet and mobile services are as good if not better than in UK. lots of things I need to comment about the relationship between the two countries UK and Sudan, we hope to meet in person to discuss further issues and how we can attract all the Sudanese Diaspora specially those in UK and Europe to help in building the countryfinally kind regards and thanks for your comments about the hospitality of Sudanese people.all the bestDr Rashid Ahmed , Consultant Stroke Physician, Chesterfield Royal Hospital  
               60Z6h1FQX4uM (non membre) (30/04/2014 16:05)
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