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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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Facebook Updates

Just One Africa
Just One AfricaWednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 10:51am

If you have a student at Piney Grove Middle we will be sharing with all the 7th-grade classes tomorrow and also bringing a bunch of our world-changing products for students and staff to shop. Don't forget to bring your money if you want to pick up one of our handmade items from Kenya!

We are thankful for the opportunity to engage locally with our community helping students to learn about global issues and also find ways to be a part of the solution! BIG thanks to the teachers and administration for their support!

Just One Africa
Just One AfricaTuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 10:40am

"Knowing what’s going on, being aware of our global community, and letting compassion stir and discomfort set in, is key to seeing change. If you want to see transformation, you need to let that frustration settle in." Cassandra Lee - Justice Rising

There are mighty big challenges all over the world that involve issues of injustice, oppression, natural disasters, human disasters, war, terrorism, and corruption. We often don't choose to see and hear about things that don't directly affect us. But they directly affect people just like you and your family.

The truth is nothing will change unless we choose to see and really listen so we can understand, putting ourselves in another's shoes. Is there tension in this? Yes. Is there discomfort? Absolutely.

The key to seeing transformation take place is letting that tension settle in and then finding ways to use our voices, platforms, resources, connections, and time to see hope, healing, justice, and empowerment spring forth.

What do you need to allow to happen in you, that will let the tension settle in so you can be a part of the transformation this world needs?

Just One Africa
Just One AfricaSunday, February 17th, 2019 at 8:47pm

RESTOCK: Our 3 pack of African stuffed animals are back in stock and ready to ship out! They make awesome gifts for the little people in your life and are a fun addition to an Easter Basket (for those of you who like to plan ahead.) Check them out and so many other amazing handmade products here: shop.justoneafrica.org

Just One Africa
Just One AfricaFriday, February 15th, 2019 at 9:47am

We need to show up for each other — because, if we honestly look — it’s glimpses of our own selves that show up in the other’s face. We need to show up for each other — because there is no other — there is only us. We need to show up for each other. We need to show up for each other — because we all need to be shown the hope of another way. Ann Voskamp

Who can you show up for today? We constantly see our Kenyan partners and those in the communities we serve, show up for us and we want to keep showing up for them. Hope Lives.

Just One Africa
Just One AfricaThursday, February 14th, 2019 at 8:35am

"It's not complicated. Just love the one in front of you." Heidi Baker

Love Sees.
Love Listens.
Love Heals.
Love Gives.
Love Serves.
Love Forgives.
Love Reaches.
Love Transforms.
Who is in front of you today?

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