Gaile Parkin Audio Books

Gaile Parkin Audio Books

Gaile Parkin was born and raised in Zambia and studied at universities in South Africa and England. She has lived in many different parts of Africa, including Rwanda. She spent two years in Rwanda as a volunteer at the new university doing a wide range of work: teaching, mentoring, writing learning materials, working with the campus clinic to counsel students with HIV/AIDS, doing gender advocacy and empowerment work, and counseling female survivors. She is currently a freelance consultant in the fields of education, gender, and HIV/AIDS.

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