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!

Theatre tour to raise awareness...

Dear friends, Great to get your news. We are with you. We are currently on an awareness tour in the Kimbanseke Health Zone, using theatre to talk about "breast milk only" between 0 and 6 months. The campaign was launched in October 2013 and will continue until June 2014. We perform plays in the open air and indoors, combining dialogue... Read more
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Young Single Mothers Empowerment Group

Hello there! I'm Duncan A., from Kibera in Kenya.  I founded the Young Single Mothers Project in Kibera. This project supports single mothers and their children in a poor settlement of Kibera.  Our program areas are education, health and livelihoods.  These projects respond to the effects of poverty.  We are happy to be... Read more

Director of Shabnam Resources awarded for his work in education and children's welfare

Michael Hubert, a long term correspondent of the Forum on Overcoming Extreme Poverty, was recently awarded a Baha'i Rose of Ridvan Community Service Award. Mr Hubert is the founding Director of Shabnam Resources in Chennai, India. These awards are given to those who are working in the fields of peace and services to humanity. Mr Hubert was... Read more

Special Education School of Brazzaville

Dear Friends, You kindly send us regularly the Letter to Friends Around the World, which is of interest; and yet we have not taken the time to thank you, nor to tell you how close we feel to you. We continue to fight for Primary Education for All, whatever their age, along with vocational training and, for those with learning disabilties,... Read more
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Rehabilitation Center for the Deaf

We wanted to let you know that we have registered a community organisation called Imayianat Integrated Rehabilitation Centre for the Deaf.  Imayianat is a Maasai term meaning blessing.  An event was recently organised because we have suffered discrimination for a long time and wish to have awareness and respect of the hearing community... Read more
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