Kristina Rosinsky (Kenya)


Kristina Rosinsky

Kristina Rosinsky (Undugu Society of Kenya - USK): Kristina graduated in 2007 with a BA in government and politics (magna cum laude) from the University of Maryland-College Park with minors in French and history. During her time at university Kristina did study abroad in Nice, France for five months and then worked in Huancayo, Peru teaching English to children in early 2007. In her senior year Kristina wrote a thesis titled “The Effect of the Mexico City Policy on International Development: An Attack on Reproductive Health and Family Planning Worldwide,” which received high honors. Prior to her fellowship, Kristina worked at AP as an intern and then as the Assistant Information Manager.



14 Dec

The Light Shining Through

Even though I know I will view my experience in Kenya in different and new

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Posted Dec 14, 2008

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06 Nov

Obama Day

As you would expect, Kenyans have had Obama fever over the last few weeks. Their

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Posted Nov 06, 2008

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28 Oct

How Many More Must Die?

On October 19, USK lost two more Street Association members, John Kamau and Njoroge, from

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Posted Oct 28, 2008

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16 Oct

Joining Together to Stop Glue Abuse

The seats slowly began to fill up as 9am approached. Soon, we found ourselves asking

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Posted Oct 16, 2008

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09 Oct

Phasing Myself Out

During last Saturday’s workshop, I was sitting on the stack of chairs pushed to the

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Posted Oct 09, 2008

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28 Sep

A Day in the Life of a Peace Fellow

My cell phone alarm wakes me up. I open my eyes and hear roosters crowing

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Posted Sep 28, 2008

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20 Sep

Small-Scale Efforts for a Worldwide Problem

The silence on my blog over the past month has been due to a two-week

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Posted Sep 20, 2008

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22 Aug

Speaking Out for a Clean Environment

“What would you think if your son or your friend told you that the place

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Posted Aug 22, 2008

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18 Aug

Inescapable Violence

In the past week, two members of USK Street Children and Youth Associations have been

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Posted Aug 18, 2008

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05 Aug

The Fleeting Division

In my blogs, I have been referring to my students as “poor and marginalized children

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Posted Aug 05, 2008

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23 Jul

Lowering the Barrier

My favorite place to have lunch is this little buffet restaurant behind the Undugu office.

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Posted Jul 23, 2008

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16 Jul

Voices of Kenya’s Vulnerable Children and Youth

The participants in the blogging and photography project have all successfully posted their first blogs

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Posted Jul 16, 2008

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07 Jul

Faces of Kenya’s Vulnerable Children and Youth

                 

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Posted Jul 07, 2008

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30 Jun

Obama is Losing the Game – and so is Kenya

If you have been following my blog, you know that a few posts ago I

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Posted Jun 30, 2008

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23 Jun

Exceeding Expectations

I am sitting in the room listening to the first few paragraphs of the blogs

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Posted Jun 23, 2008

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19 Jun

Heartache

Last Friday, my heart broke. All the children I have met have not been what

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Posted Jun 19, 2008

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11 Jun

High Marks for My Host

It is amazing how much you can learn about an organization in such a short

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Posted Jun 11, 2008

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04 Jun

Old vs. New Generation

I came to Kenya thinking that talk of the recent post-election violence would be everywhere

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Posted Jun 04, 2008

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30 May

A Homeless Child in Westlands

The other day a co-worker was showing me around my new neighborhood and helping me

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Posted May 30, 2008

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21 May

Repacking the Boxes

Lying in the corner of my bedroom, I have a pile of things to pack

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Posted May 21, 2008

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