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Supports indigenous communities in their pursuit of peace and social justice.
Supports indigenous communities in their pursuit of peace and social justice.

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A Women's Day Story - Compassion in the Face of HIV/AIDS
Rarely seen apart, Naalamala and her daughter, Namwata, share
an affection that is hard not to notice.   This loving bond between mother and child stemmed from the mother’s
close monitoring and care of her daughter who was born deaf and HIV-positive. Naalam...
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Rainfall Trend in Marsabit
  by Tim Wright Famine is very serious in parts of Africa, including in Marsabit, where Sauti Moja implements development projects in food security and family health.   This year, we were able to lobby Canadian Food Grains Bank (CFGB) and Emergency Relief a...
Rainfall Trend in Marsabit
Rainfall Trend in Marsabit
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My Peace Experiences
by Elema Guyo                                                                                                                                Elema's touching testimony for peace submitted to Sauti Moja.  Those of us living
in Songa (a Rendille community) an...
My Peace Experiences
My Peace Experiences
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Martha - A Mother to Many Children
This Mother’s Day, we are pleased to
recognize Martha Bone, who is exemplary of the type of local leaders – ones
with vision, passion and expertise - that Sauti Moja chooses to support in
ministry to their communities.   Martha demonstrates
that as she coor...
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A Canadian Experience
Imagine that your first visit outside of
your warm Kenyan home was to Canada in November. This was the experience of Martha,
Sauti Moja’s Vulnerable Youth Coordinator, and Paul, the Peace
Coordinator.   Sponsored by Canadian Food
Grains Bank (CFGB) through ...
A Canadian Experience
A Canadian Experience
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Martha and Paul Come to Canada
As part of the Sauti Moja Community, we would like you to meet
Martha Bone and Paul Galmagar from Kenya. They are founders of our work
in Marsabit; Martha is our Vulnerable Youth Coordinator, including child
mothers. Paul is the Peace Coordinator and pro...
Martha and Paul Come to Canada
Martha and Paul Come to Canada
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Hope for Vulnerable Girls
Since 2006, Sauti Moja’s Child Mother
Program has facilitated continued educational opportunities for girls who
become pregnant while students and, therefore, face shattered dreams, new
responsibilities, and uncertain futures. Plight
of Child Mothers In
bot...
Hope for Vulnerable Girls
Hope for Vulnerable Girls
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One Voice for Peace & Social Justice - NEW
View Sauti Moja's programs as set out in this 4 minute video: https://youtu.be/JsEuP83S-8Y Sauti
Moja links donors to the community initiatives of indigenous people, like the
Maasai of Tanzania and the Borana and Rendille of Kenya. These
initiatives include...
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Mothers Day – The Most Precious Gift
This Mothers Day, we are inspired by eight-year old Nikash - our youngest fundraiser and donor. He recently raised enough money  by making and selling baked goods  to buy three goats for orphan children. We knew that there must be a story, so today, we visi...
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Elema, Seven Years Later
by Tim Wright February 12th was one of those incredibly rewarding days!
 I wish that I could actually share the
experience and my joy with all of you. In August 2008, the Sauti Moja volunteers introduced me
to Elema, a widow with three children, none of whi...
Elema, Seven Years Later
Elema, Seven Years Later
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