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{A new rural road being constructed in Uttar Pradesh}

My role at work hasn’t changed since I moved to Delhi, but the workload has pretty much exploded. Being based in Delhi allows me to regularly interact with clients (government officials), attend meetings, and learn what is happening in real time. It is a huge improvement to say the least. This past week I traveled around Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh (more on that later) for work to visit a World Bank-funded rural road development program. While sitting for hours on long bumpy car rides isn’t always great, getting to talk to people directly about the roads that they are going receive is the best part of my job. And the scenery isn’t too bad either.


{Construction equipment resting during our visit.}

DSC_0112{A pretty landscape at dusk just before we begin a long drive back to the capital.}

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