St Anna Guest House And Conference Centre
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Lifenets’ support. Nearly half the population Western Kenya is HIV positive and there are thousands of orphans. The project started to help orphans who have lost both parents, but a number who are considered orphans do have one parent. Using the term “orphan” brings more sympathy and money so you have to be somewhat cautious with understanding the true situation with any project. After looking at the grounds, it was apparent they were ...
... on an overnight bus with Ruth and Joseph. We arrived at 4 am and were met by one of our friends, Abdul, to take us home to sleep. We then spent Thursday and Friday with Ruth, Joseph and Abdul visiting Kibera (the second largest slum in the world), chilling out, eating good food and heading to a reggae club Thursday evening (without Joseph!). We said our tearful goodbyes and headed off to the airport. Our time at Simbiri has flown by in ...
... in the car with a grandmother and her 4 grandchildren including a 5 day old baby. It was heartbreaking when we found out that their mother was in the back of the pick up truck being transported to the mortuary. The faces of the children told the story. One of the children cuddled up to Hannah and was sleeping until she woke up suddenly to projectile vomit over her sister as well as over Hannah! Two episodes of vomit in the car in a week! Just to add to the day, when ...
Our work at Simbiri has continued as has the heat and drought. The rains seem ever further away! This week after attending a recent staff meeting, we've started attending a new handover/debrief each morning. The idea is to provide a daily arena in which to raise any issues or praise within the medical team. We'll keep you updated of how its going! The teaching session this week for community health workers was HIV, and we ...
... held so many emotions for me. So many ups and downs, So many positive and negative emotions and feelings.
Joy, sadness, happiness, angry, outraged, proud, frustrated and excited,but most of all love.
Every trip I've taken with CES to Kenya has always held a special meaning for me.
This trip has opened my eyes to the real Kenya and all it has to offer. ...