I am Marlies Pilon (28), an independent journalist covering the East-African region from Kampala, Uganda. Welcome to this scrapbook in cyberspace. Learn more about how I try to capture the region's changing dynamics in words, sounds, and (moving-)images.
- RT @ntvkenya: Watch live: Police lob teargas at #occupyparliament demonstrators. ntv.co.ke/live 5 days ago
- RT @DailyMonitor: #Uganda’s chances of achieving the Millennium Development Goals continue to fade ow.ly/kkbIV 3 weeks ago
- RT @DailyMonitor: What the changing #aid landscape could mean for developing countries ow.ly/kkBXC 3 weeks ago
- RT @scarlettlion: Fascinating wartime portraits of Algerian women, unveiled&taken w/ or w/o consent, by a french army photog in 1960 ht… 3 weeks ago
- RT @Medic: Young innovators can change how the world sees #Africa: bit.ly/12aEAk4 by @CNN via @kiwanja 3 weeks ago
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I’m back after not writing on this site for some time. I went to Amsterdam, Zanzibar and Tanzania. Read the update and get back on track! Lees verder