Introducing Jesse Pavlick, Nema’s Project Manager for the building of this, the first of several Community Health Posts. Jesse and his foreman, Abacar, are going great guns, all the masonry work is now done and the carpenters are working hard to put up the roof before the rains.  
 We want to say a very heart felt thank you to  Global Angels  who have funded this project and been so patient when the start of construction had to be delayed. 

Introducing Jesse Pavlick, Nema’s Project Manager for the building of this, the first of several Community Health Posts. Jesse and his foreman, Abacar, are going great guns, all the masonry work is now done and the carpenters are working hard to put up the roof before the rains. 

We want to say a very heart felt thank you to Global Angels who have funded this project and been so patient when the start of construction had to be delayed. 

Three old  Guludo  team members; Tam, Charlie and Louise, plus 5 more friends (including 3 past Guludo guests) gallantly ran the run to the Beat half marathon yesterday to raise funds for our   scholarship project. Donations are still coming in but it looks like they’re going raise well over $1,000 together.  
  To support them and this project, please go to   http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?uniqueVmgCharityUrl=nemafoundation

Three old Guludo team members; Tam, Charlie and Louise, plus 5 more friends (including 3 past Guludo guests) gallantly ran the run to the Beat half marathon yesterday to raise funds for our scholarship project. Donations are still coming in but it looks like they’re going raise well over $1,000 together.

To support them and this project, please go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?uniqueVmgCharityUrl=nemafoundation

We’ve just finished rehabilitating 12 water points in Nambo, Messano, Muituro, Runho, Nambija, Nacutuco, Manica, Naunde and Lumamua villages and clean, safe water is now flowing. 
 The Nema team are now getting ready for a 6-day water workshop taking place next week. The workshop will train local ‘water committees’ how to maintain and repair their wells when they fall into disrepair. Every village has a water committee, and we’ve invited 6 members from 8 villages to attend, as well as local government and village leaders. 
 HUGE thank you to  Global Angels  for making this possible.

We’ve just finished rehabilitating 12 water points in Nambo, Messano, Muituro, Runho, Nambija, Nacutuco, Manica, Naunde and Lumamua villages and clean, safe water is now flowing.

The Nema team are now getting ready for a 6-day water workshop taking place next week. The workshop will train local ‘water committees’ how to maintain and repair their wells when they fall into disrepair. Every village has a water committee, and we’ve invited 6 members from 8 villages to attend, as well as local government and village leaders.

HUGE thank you to Global Angels for making this possible.

Rabia Momade is a single mum from Rueia village who recently took part in our Hygiene & Sanitation project to learn how to protect her family from diarrhoeal disease - one of the biggest killers of young children. As part of the project, Nema also trains communities how to build simple household latrines. Following the training, the Nema team helped Rabia to dig her 2.5 metre deep latrine and then cover it with a cement lid. With her own household latrine, Rabia can now ‘spend a penny’ in saftey and privacy, and no longer needs to venture to the outskirts of the village as she once used to. As you can see from her photo, she’s pretty happy about that!

Rabia Momade is a single mum from Rueia village who recently took part in our Hygiene & Sanitation project to learn how to protect her family from diarrhoeal disease - one of the biggest killers of young children. As part of the project, Nema also trains communities how to build simple household latrines. Following the training, the Nema team helped Rabia to dig her 2.5 metre deep latrine and then cover it with a cement lid. With her own household latrine, Rabia can now ‘spend a penny’ in saftey and privacy, and no longer needs to venture to the outskirts of the village as she once used to. As you can see from her photo, she’s pretty happy about that!

On Friday,  Global Angels  had their inaugural “Angel Awards” followed by “Angels in Concert”. Guludo and Nema’s co-founder, Amy, was there and collected a stunning Sworskovi award for Best Charity Partner on behalf of Nema - an incredible honour.    The concert was spectacular.  Natasha Bedingfield (Molly’s daughter) brought along some of her friends; Leona Lewis, Joss Stone & John Forte (from the legendary Fugees) and together with her big brother (Daniel!) put on a show that showcased some of the best of British & American talent out there. The perfect celebration for a phenomenal charity. For more information please go to  www.globalangels.org .

On Friday, Global Angels had their inaugural “Angel Awards” followed by “Angels in Concert”. Guludo and Nema’s co-founder, Amy, was there and collected a stunning Sworskovi award for Best Charity Partner on behalf of Nema - an incredible honour. 

The concert was spectacular.  Natasha Bedingfield (Molly’s daughter) brought along some of her friends; Leona Lewis, Joss Stone & John Forte (from the legendary Fugees) and together with her big brother (Daniel!) put on a show that showcased some of the best of British & American talent out there. The perfect celebration for a phenomenal charity. For more information please go to www.globalangels.org.

We’re very proud to announce that Nema’s founder, Amy, collected 3 Conde Nast Traveler World Savers Awards on behalf of  Guludo  and Nema’s work in Singapore this month. The awards were in recognition of how Guludo’s tourism initiative facilitates sustainable development both through it’s operations and support of Nema. We were winners in the categories of Education, Poverty and Best Small Resort.

We’re very proud to announce that Nema’s founder, Amy, collected 3 Conde Nast Traveler World Savers Awards on behalf of Guludo and Nema’s work in Singapore this month. The awards were in recognition of how Guludo’s tourism initiative facilitates sustainable development both through it’s operations and support of Nema. We were winners in the categories of Education, Poverty and Best Small Resort.