By Carol Bergman
One other Day in Paradise is an anthology of first-person tales by way of overseas relief staff. Written via energetic relief employees and spanning the recent spots of the globe from Afghanistan to Cambodia, Rwanda to Vietnam and Ecuador to Bosnia, those tales inform it love it quite is at the flooring. masking traditional catastrophe, warfare and all-too-fragile peace, those tales open an uncensored window onto the lives of relief employees and the triumphs and tragedies of the folk they try to assist
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For a long time I wasn’t scared when I drove down this avenue. Impressed, excited even, but not scared. I was in my mid-twenties and had already spent a year in N’djamena as a contractor with USAID, writing cables and reports, before I was drafted into its Food for Peace Office in 1985 to assist the US relief program in Chad. It was an assignment I wanted badly. I’d been interested in relief and development issues for several years and had majored in African studies and political science in college.
Sometimes my gut would spasm. I ignored it, assumed it was nothing. m. I dragged myself out of bed during the week to work. I forced myself to move, to find some energy to get through the day. I went on home-leave for three weeks. At the N’djamena airport soldiers searched the passengers and checked all the luggage. They looked for bombs slipped on the plane at the beginning of its route in Bangui. One plane had already made an emergency landing in Algiers because of a bomb threat. Flying to Paris, I worried that I’d be blown out of the sky.
The volcano is spitting ash. This is nothing, they say. Where is there evidence of a major eruption? Why has the evacuation been ordered so precipitously? We try to explain, but our scientific explanations are inadequate. The results of our data collection do not assuage the fears of the villagers or the reality that they might lose their homes. Though my Ecuadorian colleagues speak to them in Spanish, and I speak a little Spanish, we do not know if they have understood us: There may be a major eruption, it is not certain, we agree that evacuation is necessary.
Another day in paradise : front line stories from international aid workers by Carol Bergman