Our Shared Story

“If you wish to move mountains tomorrow”, says the African proverb, “You must start by lifting stones today.” The daily responsibilities and routines of lifting life’s stones can seem to blur together. It is startling to stop and realize just how quickly those days go by and before you know it, the entire terrain has

Stronger Together

As the sun rose over the Indian Ocean, the members of the Springforth youth team from Atlantic Canada gathered together for a communion service on the white shores of Ukunda, Kenya. The service ended with as the youth sang Rend Collective’s “My Lighthouse”, a chorus that over the past two weeks had become Kamp

My Home Away From Home – Kenya

Hi! My name is Fatma and I’m 10 years old. I have two younger sisters and two younger brothers. My family used to live in Somalia, but because of civil war, they escaped to Kenya. I was born in Kenya so I don’t know what Somalia’s like. Together with my mom, we all live

Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) Concept

Africa is experiencing negative social, economic and environmental impacts of climate change and environmental degradation as over 70% of the natural disasters are related to extreme weather and climate. Tens of thousands of hectares of farmlands in Africa have been so degraded that they no longer produce adequate or regular crops or