A sample of the videos outlining Esther's work both in Sierra Leone and while she was in Canada for two weeks thanks to the generosity of Capilano University's Global Stewardship Program

Mini documentary about Esther Kanu, our community partner in Sierra Leone, and her project the Women in Action Development Centre. We strive to raise the profile of community leaders like Esther by connecting them to an online donor base including people like you!
Esther Kanu of Esther's Echo talks about her grassroots project in Sierra Leone, Africa during Capilano University's "Turning Development on its Head" conference in May of 2012 www.esthersecho.org Videography by Paul Muzzin www.riptidestudios.ca
Mini Documentary of the Change Pilotz program run through Capilano University. Esther's first trip outside of Africa brought her to Canada to be a mentor for youth participants of the Change Pilotz Program
Chasing Atlantis Producer Matthew Cimone, shares an update from his non-profit organization Esther's Echo which supports the Women in Action Development Project, a vocational school for women and girls in Sierra Leone. To donate, visit www.esthersecho.org

Ms Karoma, teacher of the Cosmetology Department for the Women in Action Development Project, shares the important of Women in Action - the school supported by Esther's Echo - her hopes for the future, and a shoutout from the students!

Students of the Women in Action Development Program are more easily able to attend school as Women in Action now features a daycare program. Here Esther introduces the children of the students of Women in Action Esther's Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Women in Action Development Project, a vocational training centre for young women and girls in Sierra Leone.
Esther Kanu founded the Women in Action Development Program in 1996 in the midst of the Blood Diamond Civil War. Here she gives a brief overview of the project and introduces some of the students Esther's Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Women in Action Development Project, a vocational training centre for young women and girls in Sierra Leone.
Esther Kanu sends a thank you from the staff and students of the Women in Action Development Program to Esther's Echo Esther's Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Women in Action Development Project, a vocational training centre for young women and girls in Sierra Leone.
Esther Kanu, founder of the Women in Action Development Program introduces the students of the tailoring department of their girl's school in Sierra Leone. Esther's Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Women in Action Development Project, a vocational training centre for young women and girls in Sierra Leone.