In 2003 Amy Stokes South Africa and how HIV/Aids had resulted in millions of children being left without . [With] so children and so adults to help them grow up, I knew I had we had to find a way to bring
the caring, nurturing effect of adults into their lives. Her answer was to create Infinite Family, a web based that has so far almost 300 South African teens called Net Buddies with nearly 200 mentors from around the world. They meet face-to-face on the Ezomndeni-net. In Zulu Ezomndeni means everything related to family. Our platform is a virtual world
A starts between one person here and one person there, and then that relationship , says Stokes, 44, a resident of Yonkers, New York. The mentors know that all they have to is themselves, she adds. We like to say, The gift is you. ... It's a bite-sized to a world.
Sist oppdatert: 21.06.2012
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