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September 29, 2010

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TheMadHouse

Wow Rosie, those facts make shocking reading

Pants With Names

The really worrying thing is that although Cameroon has real issues with poverty, there are many many other countries which struggle just as much or even more.Cameroon is by no means an exception. That's an awful lot of people.

Thanks for the post Rosie - I'm enjoying reading your reports very much.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, Emily. And you are absolutely right. Cameroon is just one example of the many many countries out there with huge problems. It is a depressing fact that millions of people are stuggling with poverty, disease and a host of other problems day in day out. I'm putting the spotlight on one country here but I do hope it makes people think of hardship experienced by so many others too.

Rosie Scribble

I agree. They make you think don't they?

Hot Cross Mum

My goodness Rosie - it's just unimaginable. What an incredible experience for you and it's so amazing to read your posts and see photos of you out there. I remember meeting you for the first time at the campaign launch last year - how amazing that you have now been to see the reality for yourself(just read your post about the flight over - jeepers, you've really been on a rollercoaster ride). x

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, Hazel. Without doubt an incredible experience and very hard to imagine what it is like until you have actually been there which is why the photos are so helpful. I remember our first meeting too when we sat and heard Natashca talk about her trip Angola. I had no idea I'd ever be experiencing it myself and talking about my own trip one year later. Amazing really. x

Jo Beaufoix

Amazing writing Rosie, just brilliant. Looking forward to seeing and hearing more. Getting all emotional, but I am so so proud of you and what you have done.

A Modern Mother

Oh Rosie I can't wait to read all these, I've been waiting!

A Modern Mother

I'll highlight on BMB too!

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