About me

My name is David Evans. I am a development economist, and this is my personal blog. You can read more about my work here. The views expressed on this blog are my own and are not necessarily those of my employer.

5 thoughts on “About me

  1. Came across your blog. Went to visit my daughter in Sununding, The Gambia. She has been in the Peace Corps for 2 years. Stories From The Gambia: Peace Only by Tene Redaja Kelly coming out in late 2008. Photos and stories. The story “Rokia” is a must read for all human beings. Let me know what you think. Rosanne tenaciouskelly.blogspot.com

  2. Great idea! I just came across your blog, it is admirable you want to promote reading books by African writers. My friends and I have started a book club in hopes to read books mostly by African writers. Our first book club pick is by Ethiopian-American writer The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears Mengistu The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears. Dianw is a young writer who is also teaching at Georgetown University in Washington. He has received great reviews and awards for his book.

  3. I LOVE the book Hugo Cabret. I was crying during school reading it. I think it’s the BEST book i’ve ever read!!!!!!!

  4. I thoroughly enjoyed taking part in your Africa Reading Challenge a couple of years ago. Now that I have moved from Nairobi to Islamabad I thought I would set up a South Asia Reading Challenge. I’d love you to join in, although I know it’s not part of your beat.

    http://tinyurl.com/22qp4vl

    Cheers
    Rob

  5. Hello,

    My name is Alyssa Jacobs. I have been reading through your blog and I am finding it very interesting. I love to write and I think I could make a great contribution to your page. If this is something that you would be interested in, then shoot me a quick email when you get a chance.

    Kind regards,
    Alyssa Jacobs

    AlyssaMJacobs@gmail.com

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