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Tuesday, 25 August 2015 21:59

They just keep coming!

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We are getting more and more requests...

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We've been receiving more interest in our My World In a Garden - Sister Walls' program as other communities learn about the food production volume from our vertical gardens and as communities hear more about our GirlStuff program. It's no coincidence the two programs are connected.

Monday, 24 August 2015 19:30

People are talking

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People are talking!?

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News travels fast and it's no different in Africa. The GirlStuff Team are receiving great recognition at a government level as well as, and most importantly, in other communities. We've been approached by members of other communities wanting to get involved. This is really positive as we will expand operations by inviting groups of women and girls in other communities to join the GirlStuff Cooperative. We will be giving you more news as we conclude discussions within the new communities.

Monday, 24 August 2015 19:13

Help us dig a trench in Africa

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How you can help to dig a water distribution trench in Africa?

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You might ask, 'How can I possibly help dig a trench a continent away?' What's this trench for anyway? The simple answer is you really can help by donating to the project to pay the community members to dig the trench.

Monday, 06 July 2015 01:33

We have Water!

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We have Water! and we are ready to go in Bergnek

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What does it take to pull a project together and implement it successfully? It takes passion and a real commitment and a love for community and the people around you, is what it takes. It takes people like Keabetswe Mosumane, who has a deep love for his little community and the absolute belief that they can do more, that they will do more. In this post we'd like to take you through a part of the journey, that is the One Brick at a Time project in Bergnek, Limpopo. 

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