Jonathan Magnot said:February 10, 2014 6:28 am PST
Hello.... Well thank God am 1st and albino and 2nd am educated... so how can i join these foundation and contribute in my own lettle in make the world a better place
Nsubuga Derrick Lennon said:November 1, 2013 1:29 am PST
Am an albino based in Uganda i been spending all my time atleast looking for a foundation which can help me find my braveness, thank God hav found Salif Keita Global Foundation, in fact there are hundreds of albinos in villages denied access to education and not being given jobs, it pains me alot, unfortunately i can give in my time but that's not enough they need more of that i hope we can connect with you en we see how we can improve the conditions of albinos in Uganda. not even a place in government, am an albino en o know what it means to be an albino and the conditions we face yet we yo brothers all created in Gods image. am hoping to hear from you soon thank you.
TITO DAVID NTANGA said:September 6, 2013 5:49 am PST
Salif you are my brother
i:m an albino like you tanzanian citizen
I:m a director of ALBINO REVOLUTION CULTURAL TROUPE we are deals with performing arts
we want to join with you my brother SALIF KEITA
TITO DAVID NTANGA.
Mike Garneau Woonsocket said:July 8, 2013 1:01 pm PST
It was great learning about Salif .
Specioza Kifutu said:March 12, 2013 1:31 am PST
Dear Mr. Salif Keita, I want to express my sincere gratitude for the good job you have been doing for the people with disability, especially those who live with albinism.
I work with Tanzania Mennonite church. We are about to start a project in two sections: 1. is to address health issues and 2. to address social issues that people with albinism face. I am incharge of the community education part, to intervene so as to shift beliefs and stigma, to make albino accepted in their families and society in order to provide them with opportunities to persue more and support development. this program will last 3 years from april 2013. I expect to contribute much on this effort to normalize myths about albinism.
I was wondering if you have a curriculum for community education on albinism, please assist me with it via my above email.
I am a masters graduate from the Penn State University - USA (2011)
I hope will learn a lot from your experience working with this project.
With kind regards, Specioza