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Princeton in Africa Fellows Making a Difference

Neena Aggarwal, NHS ’17, and Amanda Fenwick-Smith, NHS ’17, received Princeton in Africa Fellowships for the 2017-2018 academic year. They are both currently serving as Monitoring and Evaluation Fellows for NGOs in the region.

Neena is currently in Kenya, working with the BOMA Project, analyzing data and conducting research to evaluate the NGO’s performance.

Amanda works at Hope Through Health in Togo, an NGO founded by two former Peace Corps volunteers.

Read about Amanda and Neena’s experiences in the Princeton in Africa newsletter: http://www.princetoninafrica.org/fellows-flyer/january-february-2018/

Amanda with her coworkers (top) and Neena at the BOMA Project’s Office (bottom):

       

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