Monthly Archives: May 2011

Everyday We are Planting New Dreams, by Gabriel Kadidi in Kenya Beatrice Ngendo is a single grandmother. She lives with her 12 grandchildren in Mathare Valley. Her children and their spouses have all died of AIDS. Now the grandchildren only … Continue reading

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From Andrew Doig in Kenya: My training for the 2011 Classic Safari Rally started this morning, with a 25 km ride on my mountain bike. I left my house on Soysambu Ranch at the bottom of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley … Continue reading

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Doctor Funk’s at some ball game sport thing. I don’t understand the attraction myself, but here’s what he says: Where’s the Funk? May 27 2011 Vancouver, and the Canucks are in the Stanley Cup.  But wait, a message is in … Continue reading

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A.T. Kearney, the management consultancy, recently published research that found west African subsidiaries achieving nearly twice the profit margins of their parent groups. Now is the time to reappraise Africa as the continent of real opportunity. Now is the time to join the Race4Change. Continue reading

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Race4Change head honcho Steven Funk recently took a trip to the NASCAR racing at Richmond, to visit friend and R4C supporter, Travis Pastrana. If a man like Travis can believe in Race4Change, there’s no question that others will lend serious credibility to our mission. Continue reading

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