On 31 October, nine PfAL4 scholars headed towards Cumberland Lodge with more than 30 of their classmates for the annual MSc Development Management Cumberland Lodge trip. Genevieve Imbali (PfAL4, Kenya) co-wrote an article recapping the event in LSE’s International Development blog, which can be accessed here.
For many, the choice to go to Sierra Leone for a job working on the Ebola response would be very difficult. But for Helen Mayelle, it was an opportunity to come to the aid of people who were in need. She recently wrote about her first week working with Save the Children in Sierra Leone for LSE’s International Development blog, found here.
Written by Fiona Imbali, 2013-14, MSc Development Management
Since arriving in bustling Heathrow Airport, I’ve been through one academic term, read through hundreds of pages of reading assignments and submitted three essays. Michaelmas Term has flown by, but the thought of Cumberland Lodge, the 17th century house to which a group of Development Management students visited in November, still kindles splendid memories.