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in loco FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #5: Living the dream

‘’My passion and great enjoyment for architecture, and the reason the older I get the more I enjoy it, is because I believe we-architects can affect the quality of life of the people.’’ Richard Rogers...

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in loco fellows blog series #4: Grab every opportunity that comes your way because you never know where it will lead

Being a fellow changed the way I perceived myself and the world around me. After a car accident I experienced in 2015, which made me lose my memory, I never thought I would ever be...

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in loco fellows blog series #3: Success comes from good networking and a lot of experience

In this day and age in our country of Lesotho in order to succeed in any profession you’ve got to have connections and experience, a college diploma/degree alone does not guarantee success. I got introduced...

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Lesotho, una terra con grande sorriso

Lesotho, una terra con grande sorriso rinchiusa in dei confini troppo stretti per poter sprigionare la sua forte energia. Questa è la frase con cui descriverei il Lesotho e la mia personale esperienza in questo...

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Lesotho, a land with a big smile

Read the experience of a visiting architect from Italy to Lesotho

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES 2019 #1: I am because we are

Read our first in loco fellows' blog about being a female fellow in a male dominated sector

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Entrepreneurship in Lesotho – The Past, Present and Future

Here is some fascinating reading from Dr Sean Maliehe (PhD), a postdoctoral research fellow in the Human Economy Programme, Centre for Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Dr Maliehe works on the economic history of...

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IN LOCO FELLOWS BLOG SERIES #6: Be the change you want to see in the world

“You must be the change you want to see in the world,” Gandhi once said. As a graduate you think that you could never make a difference in the world, but you can. It all...

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IN LOCO FELLOWS’ BLOG SERIES #4: Getting The Right Tan

May 5 was my birthday and I was turning 28. I always thought by now I would have all the money I could ever want, a house in the country with horses, a tall, dark...

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Digging the trenches

Digging foundations for Residential Centre & Entrepreneurship Hub for adolescents who will move here from the overcrowded GLC centre for orphans and vulnerable children. Watch the video here

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