Reinventing yourself can be great. As recovering quadriplegic I am no longer able to do the photography that I once was, my work will now be even more focused on what it’s supposed to do, which is to help children around the world one photo at a time. this is my 1st photo since becoming the recovering quadriplegic.
In their on-going mission to help children around the world through their unique cultural immersion process where they connect sponsors of children’s education to a child in need, the next Climb for a Child expedition to Mt. Kilimanjaro scheduled for February of 2012 will deploy a language development station for the children.
Meet Imani Mangowi, the youngest son of Harry Mangowi, one of our porters for the past two years. A very bright and promising young man, Imani has been accepted by the Climb for a Child program and will be given a chance to start over at the very prestigious private school, Arusha Modern. Imani is just one example of the Climb for a Child’s one-to-one grassroots sponsorship that is making a difference, one child at a time.