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Clips Up, Internet Down

Posted by imagineburundi on November 15, 2011

November 15, 2011

We have added new clips to the Archive. In this episode, we introduce some of Burundi’s most dynamic local associations: English Clubs, where students and young professionals try to teach other English. It was at such a club that we met one of our previous co-hosts, Ciza.

Our preference is to upload new clips each Sunday but now we are changing to Monday to account for the unstable internet connection here. Like with most things in Burundi, let’s say we will upload new clips approximately every Monday, just so we’re clear.

Next week, Jeff will travel to Kampala to meet with a few Customs Officials and some residents to learn what “Made In Burundi” products are turning up in Uganda. Stay tuned as we pick up again the “Made In Burundi” series!

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