A powerful statement not often spoken. It offers up a pure form of confidence in the people who need it most. In this blog post, we will show you how to write this powerful statement in 18 languages. You can even send one of these translations in a note to your sponsored friend.
Luganda is a major language spoken in Uganda. In Luganda, “I believe in you” translates to “Nkukiririzaamu.”
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.
Unbound works with families from many different cultures and traditions. Inspired by New York Fashion Week, we want to explore the different fashions that are found within those cultures. Today we’re sharing photos depicting the many different fashions found in Unbound communities.
At Unbound, sponsorship helps children go to school, have healthy diets and improves the living situation for the entire family. But it’s more than just tangible goods.
Sponsorship also creates a one-to-one connection between the sponsor and the sponsored friend. They get to know one another through notes and photos, and the sponsor gets to see how sponsorship impacts the sponsored friend’s life.
Neha, Mateo and Daphine are all waiting to start that connection.
Help us find sponsors for these three kids. Share this post on social media and let’s get them sponsored.
Graduation season is here, and we couldn’t be more proud of all of those who are achieving their dreams of education. Whether it’s finishing high school or completing a higher education, all of these grads have a lot to celebrate.
Valedictorian Rizalyn stands with her mom after giving a commencement speech in the Philippines.
Rubilyn stands with her son Jeff after he received his bachelor of science in information technology in the Philippines.
Ugandan graduates share their success stories.
Jyoti from India completed her master’s degree.
Salvadoran scholar Maria graduated with a teaching degree.
After graduation, Ugandan scholar Veronica got a job as a teacher.
Jeff and his classmates are excited to have earned their degrees.
Mary Grace and her proud parents at home in the Philippines.
Guatemalan scholar Rudy with his diploma.
Indian scholar Annie earned a degree in biotechnology.
These Filipino scholars celebrate after graduation.
Graduates in Uganda enjoy a celebratory picnic put on by Unbound.
Jozel from the Philippines stops for a photo after receiving her diploma.
Feresian is a graduate in Uganda who is now working as an Unbound social worker.
Sisters Diana and Annie from the Philippines completed teachers college together.
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.
Today is World Malaria Day, and Unbound gives thanks to all those who make an effort to combat this potentially deadly, but preventable disease. Through sponsorship, Unbound is creating change to prevent and treat malaria. Click here to read more about the fight against malaria.
Sponsors on a recent Awareness Trip admire the wares created by Ugandan mothers.
Sponsor on a recent awareness trip to Uganda were treated to an exhibition of skills by the Ugandan mothers. The mothers have joined together to learn new skills and develop livelihood programs to become more self-sufficient.
Richard, 22, from Uganda is one of the artists who contributed work for CFCA’s 2013 Christmas cards. Richard is pursuing a degree in development studies. He dreams of using his management skills to help his community in the areas of planning and sustainable development.