With experience traveling and living in informal settlements in Africa, India, and China, our newest Advisory Council member, Steve Arnold, reflects on the importance of social context and listening in effective development work.
We were fortunate to have Madeleine Albright as a member of our Global Advisory Council. Co-founder and board chair, Rye Barcott, reflects on his friendship with Secretary Albright and shares three lessons we can learn from her life of service.
Everyone deserves access to clean water, and regularly monitoring water quality is part of achieving that goal. We’re working with schools to make sure students and teachers stay safe and healthy.
A lot has changed since 2001. As we begin expanding to informal settlements beyond Kibera, we are thrilled to announce that we have changed our name from Carolina for Kibera to CFK Africa!
The daughter of the late CFK co-founder Tabitha Festo, Joy Barnice Henry is committed to upholding Tabitha’s legacy and championing affordable healthcare through the same clinic her mother started in 2001.