“As you can see we need food. We face malnutrition. We need food and education. Please continue this program and bring it to all our children.” – Mother Little Ripples student in refugee camp Mile, eastern Chad
“How often do you go to sleep at night hungry?”
For the Little Ripples team in camps Kounoungou and Mile, the Little Ripples teacher training will be their third in a series of three, designed to gradually equip and prepare them with the knowledge, skills, confidence, and experience to lead and sustain Little Ripples in their community, as well as scale the program and become the trainers of early childhood education teachers.
“The system is completely set-up to be as dehumanizing as possible.”
Yesterday, our friends at Second Tree organization in Ioannina, Greece invited us to spend time with an Afghan refugee family