Dear Friends, if you look at this section 'Letters from our Readers' now and again, you will come across something you've written, or some news that may be of interest to you!

Empowerment through education

I have been a school teacher for the past 40 years. I think it is important to empower the most marginalised and disadvantaged children through education. We can do this if we can get more resources to support their families, as well as the communities where they are living. Before I hang up my boots, I would like to see these children and their... Read more

Peace Action for Youth

Dear friends, We had a wonderful peace celebration on 10th of December 2014. There were more than 50 young people who participated in this meeting. After a brief introduction, speakers deliberated on how to reach internally for peace and how to stay calm during times of turbulence. We learnt how soft music can heal the mind and then we spoke... Read more

Learning and exchanging ideas in how best to eliminate poverty.

I am so grateful to hear from you. Thank you so much for embracing Aid Kenya Foundation and its signature program-The Gifts of Love Project. My team and I have had a closer look at the Village Care Initiative Project in Sierra Leone and we are so impressed. To eradicate extreme poverty in all its known and unknown forms, we have to have a... Read more

Young people discussing the challenges of health and employment.

Hi there, Here are some photos taken during our youth gathering where they are discussing the challenges of health and employment. They were sharing ways on how to create job opportunities for the youths to support households and how to become relevant to the society of today. Kind Regards, Duncan A., Young Single Mothers Empowerment Group Kenya Read more

An Indian community where the people are our friends: the Kokamas

For 2 weeks, I used a boat to visit indigenous villagers along the river. We went to visit an Indian community – the Kokamas – where the people are our friends. We spent several days chatting with them and they told us how much they wanted to work together to improve their lives; they wanted us to stay near to them. It’s lovely... Read more
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