The board consists of a number of enthusiastic professionals who offer children worldwide guidance on a better future. This idea originated with Nicole and Branko in 2015 after a two-month journey through Tanzania. The volunteer work and the training given in Dar es Salaam have left a big impression.
Nicole went back in February 2018 to see what was left of the training sessions. She was pleasantly surprised by the impact that the previous visit had had. The idea that we could not leave it to that was born.
Back at work in healthcare, she told her experiences to Monique. Se immediately became enthusiastic and offered to go on a next trip so she could also share her expertise and experience. A client with a disability who heard this story then said that she also wanted to come along. This made Nicole and Monique think: can we bring people with a disability from the Netherlands to Tanzania as a trainer? How nice would it be if this idea would work out. But if you do it you must do it well.
And so, in September 2018, the Yourright Foundation was established through the notary. A Foundation that enables people with a disability to contribute to our projects as a trainer under expert supervision. As a trainer they use their skills that they have gained in the Netherlands to give children worldwide a head start in the field of self-reliance.
These children see these trainers as an example, so that these trainers gain more confidence and rise above themselves. In this way we bring the two worlds together, Connecting Worlds.