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Social Media has increasingly become a popular communication tool in our day and age.

Instead of writing a support letter, we are more inclined to create a Facebook page or we would rather forward an email or a website to a friend rather than sit and talk with them about who we are and what we are doing.  We understand.

Just One Africa is okay with that… in fact, we embrace social media and want to use it to share the stories of our friends in the US and our partners in Kenya.

You can help us spread the word. If your friends, tell their friends, who tell their friends – that’s a whole lot of friends. So join us on Facebook, Twitter, and share our latest stories, blogs, and posts. Your support and sharing our story with your friends helps us provide clean and safe drinking water and sustainable projects to those who need it most.

If you believe in our work, then tell the world! 

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Just One AfricaWednesday, April 18th, 2018 at 8:33am

We are jumping through this week like we were made with springs on our feet. Our team is planning special events with our partners over the next few weeks, finalizing details for our upcoming summer team trip, working with our school 'I am One' Clubs, and working hard to finish setting up for our Community Dinner this Friday night with some props to share incredible stories of impact! What are you up to this Wednesday?

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Just One AfricaTuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 9:55am

When girls have no choice — we have to make a choice to say yes to their worth, their voice, their rights.

We are thankful for local leaders who stand on the front lines of injustice and advocate for the rights of vulnerable girls and women.

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Just One AfricaSunday, April 15th, 2018 at 6:36pm

Mother's Day is around the corner and we have so many great gift options that are sure to please! These one of a kind, limited edition, handmade recycled paper wrap bracelets are carefully crafted one bead at a time by Masai mamas in southern Kenya. Introducing "Esther, Nashipae, and Nkurani" as they are named after the incredible women who make them by hand.

When you choose to give a gift from Just One Africa you are empowering a mom with a dignified job AND creating clean water for her community! We can't think of a better way to celebrate your mom or grandmother than with a gift that gives back to mamas around the world! Shop today and receive a FREE Mother's Day card when you write "Moms Rock" in the comment section when you order.

Shop for your mama here: shop.justoneafrica.org

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Just One AfricaSaturday, April 14th, 2018 at 1:54pm

We just received this exciting report from our partner in southern Kenya and wanted to share it with you! John writes, "Today was tree planting day at Hope Beyond Transitional Center, where everyone participated in helping plant over 100 fruit tree seedlings and 100 trees and flowers. We now have guavas, pomegranates, passion fruits, Lemons, Macadamia, Oranges, Papayas, Figs, Avocadoes, Mangoes, Pepper Tree, Grivelea, Yellow Acacia, Green Acacia, Sycamore, Calliandra, Neem, Traditional Lives among many others planted at Hope."

When YOU give we are able to partner with local leaders in important ways that bring about sustainability. These are needed projects that our leaders are sharing with us and now becoming a reality, providing food and capacity building resources to care for some pretty special children! Thank YOU for giving to change YOUR world for good!

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Just One AfricaFriday, April 13th, 2018 at 10:15am

We have an awesome opportunity to partner with Kutoa Project to provide expanded learning, understanding, and training on mental health, trauma therapy and counseling for the children at Hope Beyond Transitional Center.

The past two days have brought about an important look at the challenges and needs in the community, the situations the children are coming from, and how to meet them where they are. We look forward to many more trainings together as we work to build a strong foundation for this important work.

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