Letting Kids be Kids: First Impressions as a New Mosaic Fellow

Why do we do what we do? A new Mosaic Fellow reflects on why Mosaic’s work providing equality of opportunity for children and young with intellectual disabilities in Tanzania matters.

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A Bulgarian Boy Who’s Beating the Odds

By Kelly Lytle | Meet Petko. He’s an 8-year-old boy who lives in Ruse, Bulgaria. Like all boys his age, he loves making messes and swinging, as the photos show. He goes to school each day, learns new things and sees his friends. He has Down Syndrome and lives at home with his family. Pretty…

Angels on the Ground

By Kelly Lytle | Those who work directly with the children and young adults in our programs in Tanzania and Romania are truly some of the most amazing people you could meet. In fact, I’d love to be able to introduce you to them personally! They have a passion for those they work with and…

Reaching it Together: Climbing Kilimanjaro

By Meghan Hussey | In October I was thrilled to be a part of a group of Building a Caring Community (BCC – our Tanzanian program) employees and friends who embarked on a journey to the top of Africa’s highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro. The purpose of our climb was to raise funds to finish the…