Lake Elementaita Lodge
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... belong our heart, we couldn't imagine what our life would be like if we never met them. Our first duty is to sort little boy out who being abused by his mother, took him to police station to show police officer but problem is it doesn't make any difference because police doesn't care and always busy with lots of case so police officer's recommend was go to see doctor and let see what's doctor have a say about ...
... process was refreshing actually, as I often get the impression that programs and organizations in the United States aren’t particularly open to changing things-, which isn’t to say that those don’t exist in Kenya as well.
After the evaluation discussion at the clinic we headed off to speak with two different women’s self-help groups in the remote villages of Nakuru- the Heart to ...
... Women and the Heart to Heart women. The Black Sheep Women made their own wool threads, by brushing out wool, and spooling out the thread with a foot pump. From that, they knit scarves, little animals, hats, and other things, then sell them to support themselves. The Heart to Heart women primarily made beads out of rolled up paper, which were turned into jewelry, but also had other items for sale. We each made our own paper bead, and they ...
Hello! Today was a very full day for us in Nakuru! We started out our day by returning to the Mbaruk clinic to participate in a discussion with the clinic. The doctor, nurse, and community health members were eager to receive feedback about the work they were doing in the community. Although we are only in Nakuru for a short time and would struggle to find community service projects that we could be extremely invested in, we still planned to give back to the community that we ...
... the spiritual health of the church. He began with a discussion of the difficulties the members have in keeping the commandments. The biggest problem is that most jobs have some required work on the Sabbath, making it very difficult for regular employment.
The other issue for those self employed is that so many jobs, especially with the government, require bribes. Nicholas Eboya expressed that in trying to give a 200,000 shilling bid (about $20,000) ...