Bamboo School

The name is almost self-explanatory: build a bamboo school! But where? And why? The answers to these questions are what make Bamboo School a special project. It all started when the journalist Vinícius Zanotti traveled to Liberia in West Africa, in 2010. He planned to stay only 15 days but contracted malaria and had to stay longer. […]

The Kids Are Not At War

In Afghanistan, with a population of over 30 million people, 68% are less than 25 years of age, and 43% are children. Upon seeing such statistics, I ask myself… What is going on with the children in a country where war has been happening for almost the past 30 years, and where children and human […]

Music for Africa’s Tomorrow

Inspired by a young boy, who despite the circumstances, kept singing throughout Uganda’s civil war in 1984, the human rights activist Ray Barnett decided to start the first African Children’s Choir to show the world all the beauty and talent of those boys and girls. Ray, along with some friends, started to promote positive changes […]

Inspiration is the Word!

I believe many of you have seen or at least have heard about this vídeo that became a huge success on the internet a few months ago, with more than 7 million views. The short film, directed by Nirvan Mullick, tells Caine’ story, a 9 year-old boy who, with his father’s encouragement and support, had […]