Media 2018-03-08T18:34:38+00:00

“A loyal friend is what many people need in this sometimes brutal world.”

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How You Can Use Your Influence to Help, interview with Sarah Rosborg

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All articles about the fundraiser for Queen’s Castle by Constance Hall.

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Article in the Northern Star about The Lighthouse Run 2015 which supported Rafiki Mwema along with Crackin’ Cancer.

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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.

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Abused Kenyan Girls To Live in Castle Thanks To Crowdfunding By One Mom

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A future for the children society has given up on, interview with Anne-Marie Tipper, founder of Play Kenya.

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Article about fundraiser

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Video article about the video link in the courtroom. (In Swahili)

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Interview on Her Sisterhood with Chantelle Ellem, our ambassador, talking about Rafiki Mwema and why she’s a supporter.

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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.

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Interview on Her Sisterhood with Sarah Rosborg, founder of Rafiki Mwema in Australia.

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Blogger Constance Hall will be ‘Queen’ of Byron

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“Sarah made her first trip to Kenya to volunteer in children’s homes in 2005 and knew instantly she would return…”

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Article about fundraiser

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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.

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A great in-depth interview with Sarah Rosborg by Sam at The Annoying Thyroid blog, in a series called She’s so inspiring.

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Fat Mum Slim Photo a day Week 10, March about her sponsor child at Rafiki Mwema.

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Abused Kenyan Girls To Live In A Castle, Thanks To 7,700 Peoples’ Donations

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Australian mummy bloggers unite to help abused African girls

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$246,500 for 209 Bundaberg Go Fund Me campaigns

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