When others are inspired, what is impossible, becomes possible '
Stepping Stones for Africa is a Dutch charitable non-profit organisation. Our organisation was founded as a reaction on inspiring encounters in developing countries in Africa. Encounters with experts and dedicated individuals and organisations who are working hard in the field of poverty reduction en by their work contribute to better local living conditions.
In their work, these individuals and organisations are confronted with all kinds of boundaries or a lack of means and because of that, cannot reach their goals. In our projects we focus on these inspired individuals and organisations. We want to work together with them and provide, find or be the ‘Stepping Stone’ to realisation of their ideals, dreams and goals.
By sharing the inspiring stories of these people and organisations, we hope to inspire you. We have learned that inspiration is mutually contagious and can make things possible that were thought unpossible before.
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We invite you to leave your comments on our stories. If you feel you can contribute in any way, don’t hesitate to let us know.
Lots of inspiration and happy reading!
Together with the inhabitants of the villages Atsiekpoe and Vome (Ghana), we started building latrines at the Vome Methodist Primary School. You can get an impression by looking through our slideshow of this building project. (Text only in Dutch at this moment).
- New photo’s of school latrine and village museum
- The changing face of AIDS
- US students helping in Atsiekpoe and Vome
- Waterfilters voor Atsiekpoe?
- Policy 2011 now available for download
- Stepping Stones now on Facebook
- Termietenklei voor ‘summerhut’
- Dilemma: Ghanese scholieren naar Frankrijk?
- Reacties scholieren eerste deel Anansi project
- Schoolboeken en urinoir dankzij Anansi project
- Stand van zaken community latrines 29 maart 2011
- Stand van zaken schoollatrine 29 maart 2011
- Samenwerking North Tongu District Assembly
- Picknicktafels voor Atsiekpoe
- Het Dunenyo festival in Atsiekpoe
- Verslag verblijf Roy van den Ende in Atsiekpoe
- Voodoo and Happinez
- De factor tijd
- Dubbel toilet per familie
- The true size of Africa
- The Lazarus Effect - for 40 cents per day
- What is the what, Darfur and the ‘Genocide Olympics’
- Portraits of kids in Kurland
- On the move - Bono
- 28 stories of AIDS in Africa - Stephanie Nolen
- The photos used on this site - Clinton
- The photos used on this site - Boy with pink glasses
- The photos used on this site - Pumla and Busi
- Born in Africa: chances for kids in South-Africa
- Alliance for a new humanity