Imperial Hotel Kisumu
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... were male or female or what they looked like. All they cared about was that they could see again and they could read! Lots got eye drops for their infected eyes and some learned that they might need surgery to repair their eyes,
Some of the CES alumni showed up and were put right to work, from helping with the reading test, to writing down names and helping the Dr.'s ...
... been born and had always lived in the park. We walked into the forest following him, it felt like we were getting lost. We saw some monkeys swinging in the trees and lots of amazing trees, before the heavens opened and we dashed for cover. Thankfully our guide assured us there was shelter nearby, which we took to mean a national park office or shelter. It was only when all 9 of us were sat down in a mud hut, having moved some furniture around so that we could all fit in, that ...
Yesterday we finished our first conference handing out certificates to more than 47 pastors and lay leaders, whose smiles were an indication of the effect of the course Approaching the cathedral we helped move a cart of bricks through the mud...tough going! Today we ...
Our last few days at Simbiri have been hectic to say the least! We spent most of our time finishing off our projects (new notes, old notes organisation, drug store, posters, bins etc). This has been so rewarding and its been great to see them all coming together. The new notes are working well and everyone is finding them easier to use. This is great news as we really wanted to make everyones lives a little easier and assist them in their day ...
... hundreds of children). The second school was much smaller but had no facilities to get water (due to theft/vandalism) and no hand washing facilities which was a little upsetting. In both schools we talked about hand washing, safe drinking water, what to do when having diarrhoea and vomiting and dental hygiene. It was very interactive and seemed to be very well received - the children were so much better behaved and attentive than children in the UK! Wednesday was ...