24 Mar We Did It!

The 7th annual Unstoppable Gala was our most successful event to date! The evening’s theme was One Child Can Change the World and it was demonstrated over and over by our honorees and inspiring presentations....

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21 Sep I spent many nights silently crying!

As a child, Viola Kirui had a dream: To follow in the footsteps of her heroine, Wangari Muta Mathaai, the first African woman – and first environmentalist – to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Growing up, however, Viola’s dream seemed as distant as a far-off...

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29 Oct Who’s Your Hero?

We all need heroes in our life – people to look up to, who inspire us to achieve greatness, who push us past our perceived limitations. Do you have a hero you want to recognize and acknowledge? Now's your opportunity! #UnstoppableHeroToast...

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09 Oct The International Day of the Girl

Celebrating an Unstoppable Hero - Malala Yousafzai Today is the International Day of the Girl…but it’s not just a day…it’s a world-wide revolution! There are a billion reasons why we need the Day of the Girl, here are just a few: Over 35 million girls remain...

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25 Sep Growing Healthy Kids in Osenetoi

During the past year, the Osenetoi Environmental Club has been busy developing their new demonstration gardens and actively growing a “sustainable garden.” The sustainable garden is now living up to its name. It provides the entire school population with fresh and nutritious foods,such as kale,...

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09 Sep Gushing for Joy in Eor Ewuaso…

The community-wide water project for Eor Ewuaso was completed this year with the construction of a borehole well and the positive impact was palpable. The children could not wait to show us the new water spigots on the school grounds as they gushed with clean,...

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13 Aug Kenya Journal: Pimbiniet…

Kenya Journal – Welcome to Pimbiniet - Our Second of 11 Unstoppable Communities. The community of Pimbiniet can only be reached by traveling down a long, deeply-rutted road, which makes for a very bumpy ride! As we turned into the Pimbiniet Primary School campus, we could hear...

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