PODCASTS!

A group of homeless men and their shelter

A group of homeless men and their shelter

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KVNO’s Josh Krohn has been in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the last week assisting with a research project studying homeless youth, their conditions, and solutions to the problem. He’s documenting the research conducted by Arkansas State University faculty Dr. Patricia Guy-Walls and Dr. Beverly Edwards, and University of Nebraska, Omaha researcher Dr. Robert Franklin.

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KVNO’s Josh Krohn is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to support a research project focusing on homeless youth in the city. He’s traveling with researchers Dr. Patricia Guy-Walls and Dr. Beverly Edwards of Arkansas State University, and Dr. Robert Franklin of the University of Nebraska, Omaha.

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KVNO’s Josh Krohn is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, documenting research on homeless youth in the city. The research team is Dr. Patricia Guy-Walls and Dr. Beverly Edwards of Arkansas State University, and Dr. Robert Franklin of the University of Nebraska, Omaha.

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Josh Krohn is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to work with researchers from Arkansas State University, University of Nebraska, Omaha, and Addis Ababa University. The research is focusing on homeless youth in the city, to capture their stories, and to draw awareness to their plight.

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Josh Krohn is accompanying a research group from Arkansas State University and the University of Nebraska, Omaha, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, studying the conditions of youth living on the streets of the city. Here is today’s update from their research:

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JK

2 Responses to PODCASTS!

  1. patti says:

    Hey Josh -

    Nice work – it’s looking good on this end so far. Do those homeless men speak English or was a translator used? On this podcast, you can faintly hear voices in the background, so I’m guessing you are using a translator. Are you picking up any of the native language yet?

    Patti

  2. Josh Krohn says:

    Patti,
    We have a couple of graduate students from the University here that translate for us. They’ve been incredibly helpful, acting as guides as well. I’m afraid I’m not learning much of the local language, although I’m pretty sure I hear words from time to time that sound pretty close to english.
    JK

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