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The race is not for the swift, it is for those who endure it

Thus spoke Prof Jacqui at Tuesday’s training, it struck a chord with me. Today, I’m still playing catch up. Outside, the rain fleets down, the sky is cotton wool grey and the traffic on the Edgware Road stutters. Another cup of tea is in order. I had hoped to catch up with Mike yesterday, to

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Tuesday 2nd June, King’s, London

I know, I know – I’ve got my days back to front. Today IS Thursday, but this post belongs in a Tuesday. So, better late than never. I was privileged to be an interloper at a day’s training at King’s College, London. Training for midwives. There were about eight motivated participants and we sat through

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I was in Ethiopia last year. Life changing experience in more ways than one. The most important? I had my eyes opened to FGM – female genital mutilation. It’s been a long journey since then. Almost six months of transition and finding the courage to stop working for a daily wage and try and immerse

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