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At Reignite Action for Development, we’re thrilled to be part of the vibrant Lewisham community where our headquarters are based. To celebrate this community, we’ll be at Lewisham Peoples Day on 7…
It’s World NGO Day, let’s put our hands up and thank everyone that dedicates their life to improve that of another. Let’s take action and support a cause close to our heart. Let’s plant a seed on our collective being and envision a future while considering ways in which we too, can help in any way, a little every day, to bring forward peaceful social change.
Reignite Love in all you do, every day & in every way! To celebrate today’s date we share with you series of original paintings created by our designer & volunteer Diana Matoso aka Ds ARTworks and donated as perks for our first ever fundraising campaign.
We are delighted to announce that Reignite Action for Development has been selected to be part of the Mega Volunteering Market Place organized by VAL [Voluntary Action Lewisham].
This event will be a great opportunity to meet some of our team and volunteers who’ve been working in Cameroon and London;
A letter from our Senior Programme Manager & co-founder Teresa de Sousa, reviewing 2017 and introducing intentions for the new year 2018. Includes updates on Trustees and PR & Media Strategy.
The story behind Reignite: Mariana Matoso [founder] tells how it all started in an interview to the Sunday Express UK Newspaper called “Before the Dawn – Three women that survived the worst”. Published 11 May 2014
“Training the Farmers of Tomorrow” was a wonderful experience for those of us who took part in this exercise. What we saw on the field marveled us. We cannot overlook the fact that most of our farmers and beneficiaries have practiced what we took out time at the Training Center to teach them. The entire team felt they had accomplished a mission.
The NGONG –Training the Bambui Farmers of Tomorrow Project received officials from Concern Universal (now United Purpose) and MBOSCUDA (Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association) on the 25th of April 2016. Concern Universal was represented by Miss Olivia Sawyer its Project Coordinator and MBOSCUDA was represented by its Project Coordinator Mr Sali Django.