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  • Vegetarian Survival Guide
    By Eve K.
    Leading up to my semester in Botswana, one of my biggest concerns was whether or not I’d be able to find vegetarian food while here. Through my pre-departure research, I...keep reading
  • Our trip to Bahurutse!
    By Tsaone M.
    Over the past weekend I went with the students to Mankgodi and Manyana villages less than an hour from the capital city, Gaborone. The two villages despite being so close...keep reading
  • Orientation Week in Botswana
    By Tsaone M.
    The spring 2019 group is finally in Gaborone, Botswana! It’s always exciting at the beginning of the semester as we student volunteers are always eager to meet the new students...keep reading
  • First Generation Abroad
    By Amanda C.
    I am a first-generation college student currently studying at the George Washington University (and yes, the “The” is necessary). You might have heard of my school, but in case you...keep reading
  • Ga Ke Motswana
    By Rashida H.
    When I decided to study abroad in Botswana, I knew that during my time here I would be invisible. I’m an African-American, so going into this program, I knew that...keep reading
  • A Day in the Life of a Combi
    By Allie F.
    As I’m sure most CIEE students would agree, one of the best parts of studying abroad in Botswana is having the opportunity to travel on weekends and breaks. We are...keep reading
    A Week in Kanye
    By Sophie B.
    Last week we were given the opportunity to spend seven days in a homestay in Kanye, a rural village located about two hours south-west of Gaborone. My experience in Kanye...keep reading

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