5 Lessons from Empowering a Ugandan Community
“Kasaali allowed me to tap into the encyclopedia inside my head, which my team now calls ‘tracyisms.’ With my brain and the brilliant Centre’s members, our discoveries were endless, including making a mop out of old t-shirts, food storage containers and an irrigation system out of recycled bottles. There is so much human potential and so many resources in every person and community — its just a matter of opening your creative mind to tap into the abundance of opportunities.” -Tracy Saggus, 2017 Exchanger. Australia.
“I co-created the Kid’s and Men’s curriculums for The Glow Effect Centre for Women and Girls and I quickly realized that the men and kids didn’t quite understand how they fit into the overall picture of community development. After the workshops, each person became aware of the value he adds to the community and when he stays in integrity with that responsibility, everyone can’t help but grow and thrive.” -Britney L. Clark, 2017 Exchanger. USA.
“After collaborating with these exceptionally strong women, I know now that empowerment is NOT about saving anyone. No one actually needs to be saved… I need to lead.” -Laura Poko, 2017 Exchanger. USA.
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