Three-year-old alleged rape victim inspires campaign for videolinks in Kenyan courts
The powerful story behind Constance Hall’s performance on Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars: Constance Hall is ready to rumba! Here’s what you need to know about her.
Constance Hall on why she ultimately said yes to this season of Dancing with the Stars
Article in local paper
Constance Hall shares the secret to parenting that Kenyans already know
“This is the village that I always talk about”
“A loyal friend is what many people need in this sometimes brutal world.”
How You Can Use Your Influence to Help, interview with Sarah Rosborg
All articles about the fundraiser for Queen’s Castle by Constance Hall.
Article in the Northern Star about The Lighthouse Run 2015 which supported Rafiki Mwema along with Crackin’ Cancer.
Read the story of how Rafiki Mwema Australia came to be, and the backstory of the person who started it all, Sarah Rosborg. By Flying Solo.
Australian women making a difference in Kenyan courts
Outspoken blogger Constance Hall is viciously trolled online after joining Dancing with the stars
Dancing With The Stars: Constance Hall Shares Cyber Bullying Heartbreak In Emotional Video
Online influencer Constance Hall mobilises Australian ‘queens’ to help save Kenyan kids
Influencer Constance Hall touches down in Lennox Head
Article about fundraiser
Video article about the video link in the courtroom. (In Swahili)
Interview on Her Sisterhood with Chantelle Ellem, our ambassador, talking about Rafiki Mwema and why she’s a supporter.
Interview in One Thimble digital sewing magazine with Jen Kennedy from Ainslee Fox Boutique Patterns, introducing her new doll patterns with all proceeds going to Rafiki Mwema.
Interview on Her Sisterhood with Sarah Rosborg, founder of Rafiki Mwema in Australia.
Blogger Constance Hall will be ‘Queen’ of Byron
“Harrowing story of a girl who spent a decade being raped from the age of two after being pimped out by her mother sees generous Australians donate $65,000 in less than 24 hours for her care”
“Sarah made her first trip to Kenya to volunteer in children’s homes in 2005 and knew instantly she would return…”
Article about fundraiser
Incredibly moving blog post from Jenni at Styling Curvy about her history of sexual abuse and how discovering Rafiki Mwema and its mission touched her heart.
A great in-depth interview with Sarah Rosborg by Sam at The Annoying Thyroid blog, in a series called She’s so inspiring.
Fat Mum Slim Photo a day Week 10, March about her sponsor child at Rafiki Mwema.
Abused Kenyan Girls To Live In A Castle, Thanks To 7,700 Peoples’ Donations
Australian mummy bloggers unite to help abused African girls
$246,500 for 209 Bundaberg Go Fund Me campaigns
A future for the children society has given up on, interview with Anne-Marie Tipper, founder of Play Kenya.
Abused Kenyan Girls To Live in Castle Thanks To Crowdfunding By One Mom