WATWB Age is no barrier

#WATWB Age is no barrier

On the last Friday of each month We Are the World Blogfest invites bloggers to join together in promoting positive news. I haven’t been able to join in for a while, but I’m pleased to share this good news story with you today. There are certainly a lot of good news stories coming out of the pandemic, stories of neighbours helping neighbours, but this one particularly appealed to me as it shows what a difference everyone, including a child, can make.

In the Uk, Nahla, an 8-year-old girl, has been using her pocket money and a 3D printer to make masks for health care workers. I think that shows great compassion and initiative. Read the story and view the video here.

The cohosts this month are Susan ScottLizbeth HartzShilpa GargMary Giese and Damyanti Biswas.

Please pop over to their blogs to read their stories, comment and share.

Thank you for reading. I appreciate your comments. Please share your thoughts.

26 thoughts on “#WATWB Age is no barrier

  1. Patricia Tilton

    What an inspiring story. I love reading/watching stories about children like Nahla who are making a difference in their communities! What she is doing is incredible. This kid has a bright future and is so compassionate! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Norah Post author

      Nahla is inspiring, isn’t she. Makes me appreciate the wonderful family who supports her initiative. What a positive difference they, and other families like them, make to our world.

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  2. petespringerauthor

    What an inspiring story! I’m so impressed with Nahla. I worked with many kids her age over the years, and one can tell how smart and articulate she is. There’s nothing better than watching young people doing something positive to help others. Fabulous, Norah!

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  3. Susan Scott

    What a delightful video Norah and thank you for sharing it! Young Nahla is an inspiration for sure and wonderful that ST Barts acknowledged so her so highly! A great post for #WATWB 🙂

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  4. Dr. Andrea Dinardo

    You always inspire Norah! And share! Thank you so much for continuing to highlight all the wonderful that’s happening around the world. Your posts and recommendations made my Friday morning shine bright 💙😊❤️

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    1. Norah Post author

      Thanks for your kind words, Andrea. I think young Nahla is far more inspirational than I could ever be. I’m pleased the post added sunshine to your day.

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