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GHC fellow Meagan Hawes, Strategy and Evaluation Specialist at Health Poverty Action in Rwanda, describes a nighttime thunderstorm at the monastery where she lives.

"Flashes of light followed by minutes of near complete darkness. Bumpy. Kwee-chee-ka-goo-ru. I grin. There was a car I saw in the capital city, this black Beetle car, with oversize orange letters across the passenger doors asking, 'Isn’t this just Rwandaful?' “Yes,” I think as I shuffle forward, 'This is Rwandaful, indeed.'"

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