Communities resiliency through Moringa with Quenelda Clegg
Updated: Aug 15
On this episode we talk with Quenelda Clegg, international development and humanitarian specialist & programme director of ChildFund NZ.
We explore climate change, the importance of communities, privilege and inequalities, widening our perspective, partnering instead of giving hand outs, the power of Moringa to grow even in harsh environments, its resiliency, why it is called ‘the miracle tree’ and supporting in health living, engaging and supporting initiatives that align.
Quenelda talks about her journey, growing up in Australia and connecting with the indigenous people, taking meaningful action, focusing on children thriving for the future, working in Zambia & Kenya, doing our part, connecting with the stories of people, traditional knowledge. For more about Quenelda's work through Childfun follow them on Instagram, Facebook & https://childfund.org.nz/.
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