community work Tag Archive

How Sarah Lapyilnaan Dafaan is coaching the next generation through Elpizo Restore Foundation

Today’s #NAHWC tells the story of a young woman passionate for youth and teenagers who believes the way to make them good adults is (to borrow words from the bible) to train...

Bamshak Dagwer; Meeting Physiological Needs Through Seeds of Hope

Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Some make a choice to do something and aid humanity. This month on the #NAHWC series, we are telling the stories of young people who did something this...

How Olayinka Alli-Balogun is supporting the African child through SPARKS

Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Some make a choice to do something and aid humanity. This month on the #NAHWC series, we are telling the stories of young people who did something this...

Nissi Peter has the vision to make a difference with the Salted Peoples Campaign

The Not All Heroes Wear Capes Series will this month be telling the stories of young people who did seemingly small things to impact lives this past Christmas period. The first of...

How DELMWA GOGWIM is using storytime to teach kids their Mother tongue

Mother language literacy is a phenomenon that has gone really down in Africa especially in the last two decades. Technology and rapid developments in Western Education and other...

How Shuwargwe Damak is using the Arm the Child Foundation to Educate IDPs

Not all Heroes wear Capes. Some go and make a difference in the lives of IDP’s and Shuwargwe Damak and her NGO, the Arm the Child Foundation is one of such people. One of...

Swanta Blessing Bonat Found Fulfillment as an Educator with KYCA Academy

Not all heroes wear capes. Superman wears a cape, some heroes like Jesus wore a cross and yet other heroes do other things. At Sarauta we love to acknowledge these heroes and give...

Water For Yokassala IDPs

By Christine Ishanpepe Vihishima Sometime in August 2017, I had the rare privilege of documenting the stories of a special set of people with my lens. Known as the people of...