This story comes from our recent trip to Matungen, Kenya. We traveled with good friends – who else can you talk into a homestay in a village that has rarely hosted visitors – we were four adults, two 14-year-old girls, and one 17-year-old boy. To plan the trip, we partnered with Matungen local and celebrated […]
Fire glowed everywhere in the darkness. The low hum of conversation punctuated by bursts of loud laughter bounced between the hills and over the river. Sparklers, small explosions, and the boom…crackle of larger explosives
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Our tour with nonprofit En Vía opened a window into women’s and girls’ empowerment in Oaxaca. In this post our girls tell their stories and share the experience through their eyes.
All I had to do was to bring up our “challenges” and the girls would start jockeying for attention. This is how to break out of kids comfort zones.