ROPE thoughts 2014

September 28, 2014

There is a lot happening at present in Africa/ Boko haram, Ebola ,Corruption and more, it is like things are running out of hand and we cant catch up. Though we are challenged with these pessimistic doubts of succeeding and we are chased by thoughts that all we do is in vain, We still believe even though we are afraid and  i will,we will  continue this spiritual warfare in fear believing everything we do out of love brings forth lovely fruits.Hence the spirit of fear cannot consume us,because we have a sound mind, life is a journey of good and bad,with time and understanding i have learned to accept also the dark side of life,storms are destined to come, and obstacles are there to make us fall for us to realize that we are more than conquerors because in the end we always win as long as we do what we do out of LOVE.https://www.facebook.com/grabtheROPE


ROPE AND MUSIC FOR GOALS 2013

März 22, 2013

ROPE: collaborated with Music for Goals this Month March 10th 2013. This project is supporting and educating, young people how to interact and learn together regardless of their heritage and origin.The workshop and project focuses on Sports: especially Soccer; and how sports just like music can bring people together for one reason which is LOVE without VIOLENCE
The project was and still is supported by local and international Acts and Artist:some of which are :Genda:Liberia, Nomfusi; South Africa, Adraino: Italy and Brasil; Nneka Nigeria and Germany and also includes popular football players.The aim of this event and workshop is to fade racial boundaries and to help remove the mentality of racial segregation within Europe and Africa.The project is an ongoing one and holds every year. A special event is held once a year which offers supportes and fans an insight into the work and context of the Project, basically a breakdown on the work that is being done during the year.We are thankful for all the support the fans and contributors have given: We are here still grabing this rope. looking forward and onward. continue to Grab this rope with us: love and light


BO VIDEO “2012″

August 20, 2012

NOW; IN BETTER QUALITY ROPE PROJECT DOCUMENTARY IN BO SIERRA LEONE 2012:: PLEASE WATCH AND HELP US GRAB THE ROPE::LOVE AND LIGHT , THE ROPE FOUNDATION:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bcb4eGGFd9c


BO SIERRA LEONE…WORKSHOP SUMMARY

August 7, 2012

SIERRA LEONE ; BO TOWN. WORKSHOP 2012
We the Rope foundation, have returned from our journey to Bo town, Sierra leone, it was a successful workshop with the WAGA vocational Institution: WAGA stands for War affected

girls and adults. The workshop preparation took about two weeks, the workshop it self up to a week:7 days of practical work as well as theory.Our focus was on Eight young women who had experience in tailoring.Our aim was to assist them in creating their own designs in a unique and personal manner considering critical social issues, in this case it could have been poverty, corruption or even War. Most of the women we were dealing with had been part taken in the war or were affected by the violence either sexually or mentally and more.The Rope foundation and its members, Ahmed Nyei, Babatunde Layode, Radieta Alazar and Nneka Egbuna were all present.
A Seminar explaining the concept of Business making and sole proprietorship was held on the third day by the principal of WAGA, Mr Mohmoh and Mr Babatunde Layode for ROPE. the young Ladies showed their interest and willingness to create their own designs and included their business strategy plan whilst creating their Designs. The results were very authentic and original,there were five criteria points that had to be put into consideration during their creative process. i must say it was very emotional and inspiring.We the Rope foundation, provided each participant with a sewing machine and a starter kit.At the end of the program we awarded all participants and the best three women of the eight we were working with were given an extra starter kit to start up their own business or at least begin trying.Mrs Hauwa Komba the founder of WAGA was of great assistance as well as Mrs Elizabeth Yavana who has been also a strong Member and root of the WAGA foundation.The ministry of education and social Welfare were present on the final day of the workshop. On this day there was an exhibition and presentation of the work and designs that were done by the young Women.it was a week of enlightenment i must say, We the members of the ROPE foundation are aware that it is just the beginning and that we need as much help and support as possible especially in improving the skills of these women and investing in providing equipment and facilities for the vocational school…i sincerely hope you are inspired by this movement..more information on facebook and www.nnekaworld.com.LOVE AND LIGHT::

ROPE AND NNEKA IN THE NIGER DELTA NIGERIA

April 9, 2012

A Video showing the Oil city of Nigeria from a personal view; Nneka takes you around, this video includes her Journey to raise awareness on the problem of the Delta , oil, exploitation and the use of Art to raise awareness on critical social issues . click upon the link for further information:

http://player.vimeo.com/video/40013533


Journey to Freetown, Sierra Leone

Mai 2, 2011
I’m back from my journey to Freetown (Sierra Leone) with a lot to report on. I had the chance to see and do a lot but there is still so much more to do. One of the good news is that I met with some of the students I worked with on my last visit who seemed to make good use of the jump-start we had. Just the little light of hope we created in joint effort helped them spark their interest and motivated them to improve their skills in film and music editing. | Read more »

Rope Vision 2011

Mai 1, 2011
An environment where children can express themselves and their creativity. A space where they can explore their ideas through art, music, theatre, poetry… Children and young people who understand the uniqueness of culture in relation to the environment and their own culture in relation to other cultures… Children who are open and not fearful about having a vision of their future that they can realize for the benefit of themselves and their communities… | Read more »

Hello world and welcome to ROPE!!!

Mai 1, 2011
First and foremost we want to thank GOD for giving us the inspiration and energy for putting this Project together. Now, what we are aiming to do is spread awareness on a very important topic, which is our future, the children and youth of the following generations. There are still so many differences in the world and all of those results from the lack of knowledge of one another. We hope that with your help and support we will find ways to bridge the gap (cultural differences) and be able to learn from our experiences. | Read more »