Tee, One of Onja’s first volunteers writes a blog where she interviews people doing interesting things. She recently interviewed Sam on his life in Madagascar, and what it’s been like building Onja from the ground up.
Charity is good. It helps people, but what we’ve failed to realise over all these years is that buried under the surface of every poor nation, is a huge engine, just sitting there waiting to pull its country into the developed world. This engine is the country’s most overlooked resource: it’s capable youth, and all it needs to get going is opportunity.
Click here for the full interview.