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“Ebola free” doesn’t mean the work is done

“Ebola free” doesn’t mean the work is done

In honor of all those that lost their lives to Ebola, we have to hold donors and implementers accountable to make sure that promised funds go where they are most needed. If that happens, it will be possible to create lasting changes that are felt for generations.
Mathare Foundation puts cameras in the hands of Kenya’s kids

Mathare Foundation puts cameras in the hands of Kenya’s kids

Mathare Foundation believes that changing youth mentalities can change a country’s future. This community-based organization registered with the Kenyan government offers training and opportunities in photography, as well as soccer and performing arts, to Mathare youths between the ages of 10 and 16.
How Flying Kites is helping kids in Kenya soar

How Flying Kites is helping kids in Kenya soar

"When I first met Eunice, I was struck by her toughness. She was this tiny little thing living in an orphanage on the outskirts of Nairobi. I have vivid memories of her sitting in a small plastic chair, eating a bowl of rice and teasing a group of bigger boys."
Adong Sunday and Krochet Kids Uganda: A story of change

Adong Sunday and Krochet Kids Uganda: A story of change

Sunday admits that there where times when she thought the pressure of living in such dire circumstances would overcome her will to survive. But if you’ve met Sunday, you know there was no chance of that happening because she’s incredibly resilient.
“My name is Lorraine and I am living with HIV”

“My name is Lorraine and I am living with HIV”

"His father and I planned to have him and I made sure that I adhered to my medication so that the virus in my blood was undetectable. This feels like a fairytale sometimes. I have the sweetest husband and my miracle is my little boy. My HIV-free son."