When it comes to protecting people against disaster, it’s not just about emergency response – although that’s vital life-saving stuff. It’s also about helping them become stronger, more resilient, before the flood, drought or tsunami hits.
This can help save lives – and cash.
Please share this post – so more people can see why prevention pays off.
Esta es la juventud el papa!
The End of An Incredible Season…
It’s hard to believe our summer as interns for Krochet Kids intl. has come to an end. Over the last three months we have been encouraged, challenged and fully inspired by the work we have accomplished. While we were thrown together as 12 individuals, we leave as a unit - fully dedicated to impacting the lives of the ladies of Uganda and Peru and their families. It has been wonderful sharing our time with you through photos, songs and words and we hope you now have a better glimpse into the spectacular life of a KKi intern. Although it’s difficult to part, we leave knowing we gave it our all.
We now gratefully and humbly take the lessons, the inspiration and the love of Krochet Kids intl. with us. Thanks for joining us for the ride!
The Tight Knit Kids
Damn it makes me wish I was a UI designer.
Photo belongs to charity: water.
‘tsundoku’ - the Japanese word for buying books & not reading them, leaving them to pile up.
I hope this is real…
Off Your Face’s mega cool kid.