Do Children in Poverty Dream?

  Posted by admin |   Feb 07, 2018 |   0  comments

FullSizeRender Meet Anissa (not her real name) a gorgeous fifteen...

Facts About recurring famine in Somalia

  Posted by admin |   Mar 22, 2017 |   0  comments

Facts about Somalia’s recurring droughts and famine The humanitarian crisis in Somalia has worsened and reached epic proportion. A recent report from WHO indicate there is high risk the country will face its third famine in 25 years. More than 6...

She has the world on her shoulder

  Posted by admin |   Mar 21, 2017 |   0  comments

Look into her face and you see her broken soul. She has lost everything including livestock, family members and now she sits next to the only meager belonging she own in this world. What happened to our humanity when we allow a mother to have the wor...

The disconnect of Environmental Issues in Somalia

  Posted by admin |   Feb 14, 2017 |   0  comments

What is the relationship between a poor mother in Africa trying to feed her children and the environment she lives in? Would she even know the environment is something to consider in her life. With growing demands of staying above the fray to simply ...

African Market: Local Solutions and Sustainable Development

  Posted by admin |   Dec 13, 2016 |   0  comments

In Africa being a rural dweller means you rely on your own talents, knowhow and centuries old solutions to daily problems. There are no good roads and often unreliable government solutions and no International NGO to solve recurring problems. The sol...

When Climate Change Kills

  Posted by admin |   Nov 23, 2016 |   0  comments

On the eve of Thanksgiving while Americans get ready to feast and give thanks, many across the globe are experiencing poverty in its most extreme form. In Somalia a drought that has raged for three years has devastated families. Animals and famil...

Things We Share

  Posted by admin |   Nov 21, 2016 |   0  comments

  There is beauty in sharing. Sometimes people share a jacket, a blanket, and a bed. There are no such things as something belonging to one person. Some girls share a pretty dress. If there is one girl who own makeup, all the girls in the...


  Posted by admin |   Oct 31, 2016 |   1  comments

The Successful African Woman

It’s essential to draw up a “things to do” list on a daily basis and set priorities in executing them, making sure that any unfinished task get posted to the next day’s list”. – Folorunsho Alakija se...

To be HUMAN is to be kind, compassionate, considerate, and charitable. A little humanity goes a long way. Let us come together and be human. We can be the change makers our humanity needs.


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