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... began helping local CBOs and foundations to become NGOs. They have a number of intact policies and advocacy capacity building documents, which I think any NGO, should have.
My encounter with ACT sadly happened too late. I know that it is never too late to do something, but in the world of volunteering and self funding that term takes up a whole new meaning. In fact ACT and I should have met much sooner as the NGO I came to work with in Mombasa, knew of ACT ...
... transportation and walking distance to most places, a great hub to meet very interesting people - for instance, I met a guy from Italy, who has travelled the world for the last 8 years and is now building a dhow to go sailing around the world, but he is going to stop along the way in different locations for example along the coast of Kenya to do little projects and help where help is needed. He is able to take upto 25 crew members at a time, I have to admit it is very tempting!
... TukTuk. The owner has even gone as far as putting the name and number of his idol on the front; No. 8 Gerrard. Oh wait a minute, he's made a spelling mistake and it reads Gerrald. Sounds more like a librarian than one of the finest midfielders to grace this planet. I also spot 2 goats who have found a great resting place up on the standing tables in a bar. Someone should order then a cab. For dinner I ...
... laughing (he's an acutely witty guy) and from that point and a couple of beers later we are rehearsing a dance routine mimicking both the exercises we've been doing and the African acrobats from the previous night. The alcohol after the constant health regime has lot the touch paper. The bar staff are perplexed. The agreement is to perform this concoction of moves to the instructors in the morning. Oh ...
Another night patrol starts at 3:30am and even on the beach at this hour I'm still sweltering. Marike (Swiss volunteer) & I are lucky to have a small plunge pool by our rooms to cool off before sleeping because the power has been off all day and that means the fan in my room doesn't work. This morning a few of the crew are in a local village next to the creek replanting mangroves. So I join and 3 hours later, ...