Nyarugusu DailyStep English Clubs vision 1.To help young refugees to learn English as a key of communication and development 2.To help young pregnant girls and mothers, can an education. As normal schools won't allow them to attend (they are seen as a disgrace, yet many became pregnant by being raped) 3.To encourage refugees especially those who are considered by the community as being disadvantaged to due poor English skills or home life.
I have a dream... say no to domestic violence against the elderly
Another terrorists attack, the second in a week for the UK… Humanity is hurting, it’s crying out for help. As any parent knows you don’t reward a child’s bad behaviour by giving them attention. Because the message they receive is, ‘if I’m bad mum/dad gives me attention’. By promoting and sharing vile acts of cowardliness … Continue reading Humanity is hurting, it’s crying out for help… will you help me to make a difference?
Majority of society wants less violence, more kindness and respect in the world. Yet, what most people don’t realise is that it starts with us. Wishing for less violence won’t suddenly make it happen, wanting others to show more kindness and respect, won’t make it happen. In order to make positive changes in the world … Continue reading To bring balance & harmony back into the world, we must start with ourselves first…
I'm truly amazed at the positive attitude these brave young men have. For they have every right to hate the world. A world that has forgotten about them. But they don’t… they show compassion and gratitude for everything they have. They don’t focus on the trauma and horror, they have endured. They love their community … Continue reading A simple poster… that’s all it meant to me. To the refugee children, it meant that someone cared.
As a Westerner living in a free country with an abundance of food, education and wealth, it’s hard for me to imagine what it’s like to be subject to child labour, poverty and violence. Yes, there are many documentaries and media networks trying to raise awareness. But once you see them, the awareness goes away … Continue reading I failed my sister and she died… I blamed myself