Inside a dark wooden hut, 20+ kilometers from the nearest muddy road, UK medical student Hannah Russell and several others in white lab coats labour over ‘buckets of poo’. They filter each faecal sample through a mesh, collected from 50 Malagasy village children, smear it onto a microscope slide, and start counting the eggs. It’s […]

Madagascar is the 4th largest island in the world and continues to have some of the poorest infrastructure to go along with the vast distances. You can imagine then, when SIL/Wycliffe plans a translation workshop for all their team members around the island that the logistics of getting everyone to one place at the right [...]