Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Smiling Girls


It's happy to see Albright, Rose and Agnes Back to school happy and ready to learn. (Rose is just about to finish her high school and we are proud because she has been a beneficiary of the project since her 1st year)

These three girls are being supported by this small project to enhance their learning through different people who have been able to purchase the kikoy.

You can support this girls by either buying Kikoy (African Fabric used for several purpose) and or African jewellery to support them with their education.

Through anyone who is interested, more girls who are unable to afford education can be supported. We mainly sell different African ornaments and the kikoy fabric or a bag made from the kikoy
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Thank you in advance for your support.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


America's "Second Lady" Jill Biden, wife of vice-president Joe, pictured in Kibera visiting the Binti Pamoja girls of Carolina for Kibera 

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Dig toilets, Not graves



4,000 children die, every day
That’s three children every minute of every day. They die because they don’t have proper toilets, so many have to defecate wherever they can. Faeces contaminates everything they touch, eat and drink, causing deadly diarrhoeal diseases.

The solution is so simple
We can stop the suffering by digging safe pit toilets. The technology needed is as simple as a spade. The training and equipment are no more complicated. And pit toilets last for years, saving lives day after day. So your gift will keep on working.

WaterAid