Rusinga Island Lodge
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
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... we could do a walking safari. This was one of the most amazing and exciting things I have ever done. I was literally 10 feet away from a giraffe. And a zebra. We saw wildebeest, giraffs, impala, zebras, water buffalo and many other animals and we walked alongside them all. It was incredible. I would highly recommend this type of safari to anyone who is interested in getting an up-close and personal look at some ...
... in Mbita. I initially spoke about my feelings of not doing enough and stated that it felt wrong to me to see these people in such desperation and need, and knowing that there are so many small things that could help their situation. However, after hearing other people’s thoughts, I now feel much better about the work we did here. The community needed a needs assessment so they can know the major needs of the ...
... stories and meet them, and I’ve decided that they are pretty amazing people.
There was a ton of food prepared for this party and they all sang, clapped, and danced for us as we walked in. After greeting each other, eating, and listening to the Live Long Women, they started singing and clapping again, and they pulled us up one by one to the front of the yard and dressed us in these beautiful wrap skirts. We then took lots of pictures and said ...
... what I thought could help end poverty in Kenya. This question is big and honestly I'm not able to answer this question after 11 days. I explained that I felt the government is corrupted and the poverty in Kenya is significant at 46%. I explained that employment and education are key, but finding the funding for these in a corrupted government is a uphill battle. I gave an example of generated employment such as having sewing machines for women and men ...
... tomorrow to the homes that we weren’t able to get to today.
In thinking about formal and informal protections, I’ve realized that Kenya as a whole seems to be significantly lacking in the formal protection arena. In the US we have a safety net system and our government provides programs and services for people in need. In Kenya, this is not the case. Looking back on my post about social development, the country of ...