Kigio Wildlife Camp
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... and the Black Sheep women. These were two group created by the women themselves, who were mostly internally displaced persons from various tribes across Kenya. We got to hear representatives speak from both groups of women, telling us more about their experiences, how they decided to come together, and their various enterprising and collective projects. We also got a demonstration on weaving by the Black Sheep ...
... Because the clinic is a site that other international volunteers are able to donate their time and skills to, it was important for us to think critically about how our time could best be spent and offer some feedback about how future volunteers could maximize their contribution to the community. Thinking about the massive amounts of volunteer "vacations" that are available to people today it is important to wonder about the real implications that these trips have on ...
... asked to add 400,000 shillings for engineering and another 200,000 for travel though engineering and travel was not needed. They expected the extra money to be given back to them for awarding the contract. He dropped out of the bid. He often gets work subcontracted from the winners of bids since often they don’t have the skills or technology to do the job. Money under the table is so prevalent; they even wanted a kick back to register the church.
... There are 54 young children, 12 of whom are from the orphanage. We played with them for an hour and then continued up the hill to the orphange. We had a quick tour, then had our customary lunch in Pastor David's home, served by his lovely and gracious wife Sarah.
During lunch, the team asked Pastor David questions and we discussed the impact of alcoholism, HIV/AIDS, malaria, the church and the weather on the local spiritual climate. It has not rained here ...
... as its always light anyway. but we havent slept yet) 5am rolls around and we meet a guy, Parham.. having a cup of tea and Liam is adamant that we go to the Blue Lagoon. still awake at 8am we decide to go... get there about 8.15am not open until 9am! Such an amazing hot pool experience! Bright blue water soft silica mud, incredible. Steam rooms, saunas... very very upper class pools. we were there until about 1pm... got back to ATP and had pizza meal in the nearby restaurant ...