Hello from Mile and Kounoungou!

by | Oct 24, 2017

We began our days in camps Mile and Kounoungou with meetings with some teachers and mothers, and after these meetings, we were surprised with welcome song-and-dances by children in each community!

Rain, come to us, and grow the trees
Rain, come to us, and give us a lot of water
Rain, come to us, and wash the bad things away from us

What a fun way of starting the process of bringing our Little Ripples program to these two camps! Many thanks to Elrha’s Humanitarian Innovation Fund for supporting us on this journey!

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Little Ripples is supported by Elrha’s Humanitarian Innovation Fund programme, a grant making facility supporting organisations and individuals to identify, nurture and share innovative and scalable solutions to the most pressing challenges facing effective humanitarian assistance.

The HIF is funded by aid from the UK Government and the Directorate General of the European Commission for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (DG ECHO).

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