Get It Right Next Time \ حاجز زجاجي

When I landed in Djibouti, August 1, the warm breeze was soft on my face. It reminded me of the warmer nights of Cairo. Walking towards the small international airport, in a country of only around 942,333, many of whom are refugees, I was excited by the opportunity to learn of the various narratives and perhaps contribute in developing programs with community organizations. I confidently walked to the immigration officer, presented my passport and then mentioned my contact and pick-up person. I was taken outside near the pick-up location only to learn that whoever was meant to pick me up…wasn’t there. … Continue reading Get It Right Next Time \ حاجز زجاجي