Last month Emmanuel Jal and a team of three dedicated My Life is Art (MLIA) leaders spent seven days in Kakuma Refugee Camp training 17 young leaders from the age 12 – 20. The training event was offered through Gua
Celebrating International Women’s Day by honouring the inspiring women that are at the heart of the partnerships for change supported through the CAP Network.
16-year-old Khalifa lives with her mother and 10 year old sister in Kibera, and is enrolled in Kijiji Cha Upendo’s with funding through Village of Love Canada – Khalifa plans to study medicine after secondary school so she in turn can help her community. #CanadaAfricaPartnerships
We are thrilled to share this infographic Annual Review. We hope you will enjoy these highlights of our Network’s development impact and financial results! Click to open full version, or scroll down to view in post. Annual Review – Development
Zuhura is a mother, grandmother and caregiver living in the Kibera slum community of Nairobi, Kenya. It seems like just yesterday that she was struggling to support her family. But, her life is so very different now. With a microloan
Laura, a long-time volunteer and supporter through Village of Love Canada, visited the families of the Kijiji Cha Upendo Children’s Project in August. While she was there she taught art to the children while they were on school break and
On June 10, 2018, more than 50 riders took to their bikes for the 2018 CAP Ride Bikeathon. Together, they raised more than $27,000 for six different community projects in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Thank you to
During the last two weeks of May, Bridging Worlds Through Music co-Founder Christie Ulicny travelled to Geita, Tanzania for a music teacher training and monitoring visit. Working alongside the BWTM music teacher Paul, they co-led a teacher training for 12
April was a busy month at the CAPAIDS-Uganda Home of Hope as preparations continued for the opening of their Rehabilitation Shelter for Young Women. Some freshly painted walls have brightened up the space – both interior and exterior – making
We are thrilled to share this exciting news from our Kenyan partner – the Kijji Cha Upendo Children’s Project!