Nineteen students graduate from Kanthari’s training program to become leaders of social change

Nineteen students graduate from Kanthari’s training program to become leaders of social change

NINETEEN STUDENTS FROM countries including Kenya, Cameroon, Nigeria, Nepal, Zimbabwe, and India have completed a seven month training program with Kanthari, an organization that equips people with the skills to start their own social initiatives. The theme of this year’s graduation was ‘Change from Within,’ and now these students will return to their home countries to start their projects.

Kanthari is the flagship programme of Braille Without Borders, a charitable trust founded by our past guest, Sabriye Tenberken, as well as Paul Kronenberg, and Rajabhadresh.

For more information, click here and then be sure to listen to our conversation with Sabriye here.

Melanie Breault
Melanie Breault
Melanie Breault is the Web Editor and Social Media Specialist for Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women.
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