It was with great excitement that I returned to Kenya for the second time on behalf of Ubuntu Village’s outreach program.
Every morning in Kenya, the sun rises and reveals children who were once hidden away in the darkness of the night.
In the last half century, the concept of nuclear family has been eroded by changes in our society. However, there are some people who argue that the traditional family structure of mom, dad, and kids living together under the same roof will always be important to children growing up into responsible adults. Is this true? We’ll look at both sides of this debate in today’s post.
By partnering with other local organizations, NGOs can pool resources and have a greater impact on the community.
I left Kenya with a heavy heart. I have not done nearly all the things I set out to do there, so I will return.
Guest Writer, Barbara M., writes about Zambia
Meditation can be used in many ways to deal with anxiety, frustration, and anger in school children. It’s been proven to be effective in these areas as well as improving focus in the classroom and helping students with emotional issues or attention deficits become calmer and more able to concentrate on their work in the […]
Help us keep hope alive for the children that have no one and lived on the street until last night.
Let’s diminish the homeless children population in Africa.
We currently are helping Owen attend school with a small stipend.