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Mosaic was the printed version of WBFN monthly pubication sent to all members; it was discontinued in 2014. Should you be interested pdf versions are made available to our members in our Mosaic Archives.

WBFN Disabilities Program Frequently Asked...

WBFN Disabilities Program: Frequently Asked Questions
Author : Alex Alba
Date: February 15, 2019
The program is a way to gather and share information and resources with WBG families of children and/or parents with disabilities, in HQ and country office (CO) locations.

Autistic or Not, He’s My Son

Autistic at first you can'y believe it?
Author : Alex Alba
Date: February 01, 2019
Autistic? At first you can’t believe it.

An Invisible Handicap

An Invisible Illness
Author : Alex Alba
Date: February 01, 2019
Nelly felt there was something wrong with her son, Pierre, by the time he was a toddler. He was very quiet and sedentary. 

A Spouse Reflects on His Job Expectations

Author : Alex Alba
Date: January 11, 2019
Julien is a WBG spouse who recently relocated to Washington DC. In his story he describes how he handled his professional goals before and after relocation...

Career Challenges Facing Today’s WBG Spouses

Career Challenges
Author : Alex Alba
Date: January 01, 2019
An Interview with Yvonne Quahe, Career and Program Advisor for the WBFN

Knowledge vs Wisdom

Ashik Rahman, WBFN Communication Program Coordinator
Author : Alex Alba
Date: January 01, 2019
An Introduction to Ashik Rahman, WBFN Communication Program Coordinator. 

Volunteers Talk About the Children’s Holiday Party

WBFN Volunteers CHP
Author : Alex Alba
Date: December 01, 2018
Among the numerous and diverse volunteering tasks at the WB Family Network, the Children’s Holiday Party is a unique experience. 

The Effect of Domestic Abuse on Children

Domestic Abuse on Children
Date: October 01, 2018
Children who are exposed to domestic abuse experience a range of adverse emotional, psychological, neurobiological and behavioral consequences that could affect their development and longer-term wellbeing 

Mimi Relocates to Washington

Mimi moves to DC
Author : Alex Alba
Date: September 06, 2018
We have created Mimi, a fictional spouse from a French-speaking country in Africa, whose relocation story we will follow online as she negotiates the many challenges of real spouse/partners like you