On 14 April, over 230 girls aged between 12 and 18 were abducted from their boarding school in Borno State, Nigeria. They should be released IMMEDIATELY and UNCONDITIONALLY.

Such violence against children at school or anywhere is unconscionable. Since June 2013, attacks on schools in Nigeria have resulted in dozens of deaths, and school closures affecting thousands of students.

ALL children have a right to learn free from violence and fear. Speak out for students in Nigeria! #BringBackOurGirls #ENDviolence


We want our girls back!

We want our girls back!


Thanks to Javier for sharing this picture on Facebook… and this terrible article (in Spanish) about how this girls are been raped till 15 times each day… if this would happen to west girls, in Europe/USA/Canada soldiers should be out in 24h to find our girls, but they are nigerians…

Real men don't buy girls

Real men don’t buy girls


How to say goodbye to Malawi?



How to say goodbye to my Maji Zuwa kids? to my friends? to the teachers helped me to growth in that difficult environment? How to say goodbye to my little kids? Ipahija, Chris, Moses, Ibrahim, Hanna, Dorika, Robert… how to say goodbye to all my black family?

I didn’t know how to do it… but I found this video, who say things I think/feel…

Malawi family, probably you’ll never see this video, and even if you see it, is in Spanish, I know… but I don’t have words to explain my feelings in english 😦

I will never forget you… I will always love you… I’ll be back, don’t know when, but as soon as possible!
With love…