Sustain-Able 余 : ♥

….wild is the wind…creative freedom is the seed….

Projects in Africa


CURRENT Projects:


PEPA (: A cluster of 30 NGOs and Human Rights group in the Congo and Africa Offering training programmes, aiming to help Victims of Rape as a Weapon of war, through providing medical care, councilling, sustainable living and cultural dance/events to restore the dignity and self-esteems of an entire war-tore nation; trying to help Women who were Brutally harmed, one village at a time.

For a lists of the 30+ NGOs and their contact details, please click (

On the 31st Jan 2017, Pepa achieved UN Consultative Status.

You can find the information on the links below:
1. French:
2. English:


AKILI Girls’ School for Girls, Kenya:

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Akili Girl’s School is a non-profit day and boarding primary school for girls aged between 9 to 15 years from Obunga Slum and Obambo Village, Kisumu, Kenya.  The primary target group are girls from the lowest income populations, particularly those who are affected by the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Obunga slum and Obambo village in Kisumu County. Akili Girls’ Preparatory School provides holistic education that addresses both the physical and emotional needs of the girls while creating dignity through self-reliance. Akili Preparatory School for Girls provides free quality education for underprivileged girls from Obunga Slum, Kisumu, Kenya. Deeper Missions Org, USA is matching all funds raised upto $10,000 to enable us to drill a permanent well 110 meters deep to provide clean and safe drinking water for 30 underprivileged girls attending a boarding school in its Obambo Campus as well as over 300 households living in Obambo village, Kisumu, Kenya.






Mzungu Volunteers announces its partnership with the Executive Agency of the European Comission for the programme Youth in Action – Action 2 – European Voluntary Service. From Romania, Europe

Proposed project : Roots of Education 4 Sustainable Development (REd4SD). 18 EVS volunteers from Europe will be participating in 3 voluntary stages in Kampala during a period of 3 months each. Supported by the European Union aiming to offer links between different roots of education in order to assure sustainable development of the local communities of Mzungu Volunteers.

The project will offer the possibility of youngsters to engage in different forms of non-formal activities in the field of: health issues, cultural and social development as well as personal and professional development. Here at Mzungu Volunteers welcome others interested in joining the volunteers who will be working on this project, details and dates will be posted for interested individuals.

Thank you and happy volunteering 2012.
“This is a year for change, a year of extreme adventures and one for the best experiences ever” by Kennedy, at Mzungu Volunteers.

from the Mzungu Team
Kampala Office.

Since 2010, I’ve been on the Advisory board of Hope Children Foundation Africa (

I mentored the two founders of HCFA in Kampala, Uganda and Mzungu Volunteer is the direct result of the development via Hope Children Foundation that resulted in this  “sustainable volunteer” tourism enterprise.

I’m very proud of Kenny and it is with pleasure that I can say all the key players from Hope Children Foundation Africa are here, including Sustain-Able to support the latest venture of Mzunga Volunteer Ethical Tourism. (Link to Project Progress)

17 comments on “Projects in Africa

  1. Ken Ochieng
    April 11, 2019

    Cecilia, please reconnect with me, I need your advice and consultation. I’m working in a rural village see my project I have been here since 2016.


    • ceciliawyu
      April 12, 2019

      Hello Kenny. Can you get in touch with Betty’s RUN Project? I’ve been working with her project since you went all Rastafarian Buisness Network for a few years and lost the plot….but glad you got back to what really matters to you…the people in the slums that need your Kenny Hustle. 😂😂😂


  2. polycomgpende
    December 23, 2015

    Happy to meet you. I live and work in Kibera Slums with women and girls under very tough circumstances.


    • ceciliawyu
      December 23, 2015

      Hello nice to meet you. Tell me more about your world. It is okay. I have a network of projects in Africa….maybe your project does not have to be all alone. You can form alliances and get more help together? 🙂 xo Cecilia


      • polycomgpende
        May 22, 2016

        Hi Cecilia, it has been a while, I would like us to link up. Let me know when we can talk, please, we talked about linking up especially in resource mobilization. I hope to hear from you. Thank you.

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      • ceciliawyu
        June 2, 2016

        Hi polycomgpende can you pls give me your email again? Thanks. Yes it has been a while. Hope all is well. Cecilia. 🙂


  3. Lena
    May 10, 2014

    this is incredible. Africa has stolen my heart …


  4. Christopher Mahrer
    December 8, 2013

    I truly treasure your passion for life itself, Excellent post. CHECK ME OUT BY CLICKING MY NAME!!!


    • ceciliawyu
      December 8, 2013

      🙂 thanks Christopher…unfortunately despite many feedbacks, I really don’t know anything about sport. The only spectator sport I ever watched was Tennis and even then….in small doses. Goodluck with everything.


  5. цензор
    March 8, 2013

    Мелкий ремонт любом округе осуществит медленный мастер в течении суток после звонка.

    From Cecilia: in english….I’m all for tradesmen….especially sydney electricians….and lawyers…but this is ridiculous! I am not an oligarch I don’t have a house with 500 bathrooms that need fixing..:)


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  7. Dasya
    May 22, 2012

    That is the appropriate weblog for anybody who wants to find out about this type of projects and topics. Great stuff, simply great!


  8. Genesis
    May 18, 2012

    I am really impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one today..


  9. Cervetti
    May 14, 2012

    Hello I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding experience so I wanted to get advice from someone with experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    From Cecilia: there is html manual coding option but i did not pay for extra customisation… hope this helps. Goodluck. CC


  10. Oh my goodness! an incredible Project. Thanks ..but I’m experiencing issue with ur rss . Don’t know why Unable to subscribe to it. Is there anybody getting similar rss drawback? Anybody who knows kindly respond. Thnkx

    From Cecilia: Hiya. Yes. Because the blog is converting to an e-book, I’ve had to recategorise my rss. So if there’s any particular article you want to subscribe to but find that google says: “sorry it can’t be found”, its easy, just do a search in my site with the keyword and it is all there with the new improved rss feeds! Thanks for noticing. 🙂 (CC)

    Try following this link to grab the Rss feed.


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