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!

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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Keeping in touch

Dear Friends,   Greetings. This is Charles Sendegeya of Tushirikiane Afrika. Thank you very much for continuing to keep us updated. We regularly receive the newsletter and the English version is helpful for our youth who are English speaking people while their parents are still ok with French!! I am impressed to discover that each number is... Read more

Greetings and love from Kenya!

Dear Friends, Greetings and love from Nairobi/Kenya. I'm thankful that I am able to send a word to you. It has been a long time since I have been in touch. I thank you very much for your faithfulness in sending me the 'THE LETTER TO FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD' without failure. Though I have failed to communicate I always think of you... Read more

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