James Mutinda hails from Yathonza Village, in Makueni county. Both his parents passed on four years ago. His elder brother passed on leaving his wife and children. He is married and has four children two of whom are twins. He is the sole bread winner of his nuclear and extended Family.
Ashok Rathod grew up seeing a lot of his school mates dropping out of school from class 4th; to get addicted to drugs and then being married off at an early age in the hopes of leaving bad hab-its. Explaining this process Ashok says, “We used to study in a municipal where passing the first to fourth standard was so easy; there was no pressure at all so nobody would ever concentrate on studies.
ridging the last mile, not with charity, but with CREATIVE EDUCATION and SKILLS DEVELOPMENT through innovative approaches of Design, Art, Stories, Photography, Theatre and Cinema to foster Creative Education and Sustainable Livelihoods. Out of the 300+ students we ha
We believe that Stigmatization hurts all of us! HIV/AIDS kills and it does not only kill but also causes lots of hardships to orphans left behind. The loss of their parents, poverty, being stigmatized in society and the fear to talk about it in public make life very difficult! They need urgent help.
Patiseria Pa-tí-sera (Bakery for you in Spanish) is a micro-enterprise bakery set up in the El Milagro slum in the city of Trujillo, Peru. Ex-FairMail teenagers and ex-garbage belt dwellers Patricia Quesquen and Betty Wayder (both 19 years old) started a bakery business in this empovered part of town where most inhabitants work on the local garbage belt. With their bakery they hope to create a source of income for themselves and future local employees.