• Michigan Case: Decision on FGM sends Negative Message to Survivors and Women and Girls at Risk

    There Is No Limit Foundation, a survivor-led non-profit organization and member of the US End FGM Network, is deeply concerned and alarmed by the decision of United States District Judge Bernard Friedman to dismiss charges in Michigan against the individuals—including two doctors— accused of subjecting nine girls to female genital mutilation (FGM.) We demand the appeal of this decision by the United States government in order to ensure the safety of over 500,000 women and girls at risk in the U.S.

    Read post 11.22.2018 by Aissata M.B. Camara

  • #HACKEBOLA: NYU

    Aissata Camara, an NYU Wagner alumni and co-founder of the There is No Limit Foundation explained to participants at the hackathon that SMS was the best technology to use. "When there is a problem many peoples' first instinct at these events is to create an app," she said. "I was able to give [participants] the cultural context so they could understand [that] certain things wouldn’t work. I helped them realize the best technology is SMS technology."

    Read post 01.08.2015 by admin

  • #HackEbolaNYU: Finding Solutions to There Is No Limit Foundation’s Ebola Response

    On Saturday, November 1st and Sunday, November 2nd, 2014, There Is No Limit Foundation partnered with the Greene House and Design Tinkering Club at the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering (NYU Poly) to gather technologists, makers, hackers, designers, activists, and medical experts to work on implementable solutions to address the Ebola outbreak currently in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and threatening the rest of the world.

    Read post 11.04.2014 by Patricia Mars

  • Feature: Paloma Claire Figueroa

    Nine-year old Paloma has to be one of the most adorable little girls in New York City. She loves to read, draw and sing. Her favorite foods include chocolates and carrots. Yes, she’s young but speak with her and you can sense that she has a developed understanding of the world. Last year, she donated some of her favorite toys to kids in Guinea.

    Read post 10.29.2014 by Aissata M.B. Camara