Unbound staff from program offices around Africa came together to share ideas and challenges at this year’s Pan African Conference in Uganda.
By Regina Mburu, communications liaison for Unbound in Africa
Each Unbound program office has their own unique way of doing things, tailored to meet the needs of the sponsored friends in their area. But learning from other offices is invaluable to keeping the program evolving.
Every few years, our program offices in Africa hold a Pan African Conference where they can share ideas and challenges. This year the conference was hosted by our Uganda office. Regina Mburu, our communications liaison in Africa, shares her experiences during the conference.
Read Regina’s reflection
Andele, a 14-year-old sponsored member from Tanzania, receives a mosquito net for his birthday.
Pendo and Ashuni, sponsored children from Tanzania, sleep under a mosquito net to help prevent malaria.
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Sponsor Diane Palmer’s reaches the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro on January 22, 2011.
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Aurelia sells her vegetables at the marketplace.
The money Aurelia receives from selling her vegetables is the family’s only source of income.
Imagine having such an insecure, ramshackle house that you dread the thought of anyone visiting you.
For one family in Tanzania, this was part of their daily life.
Aurelia and her three children, two of whom are sponsored through CFCA, used to live in a home made from iron sheets.