• Our staff and some of the shepherd students in Baragoi, Northern Kenya
  • Some of the students of Jacaranda School for Orphans learning how to make solar lamps in Limbe, Malawi
  • Amos, our Program Director-Projects Implementation, with two shepherd students in Northern Kenya
  • Women of Upendo and Mumashi groups undergoing training on Micro-enterprise Development in Kakamega, Kenya
  • Happy faces of women after receiving MwangaBora Lamps in Makutano, Kenya

WE SHALL SOON HAVE A NEW WEBISTE AND CORPORATE IMAGE TO REFLECT OUR PAN AFRICAN GROWTH STRATEGY.

Supporting Knowledge Warriors in Pastoralist Communities

For many parents in Pastoralist communities such as Samburu and Turkana, education can not be a priority. The need of education arises only after the basic needs of survival are fulfilled. In doing so children are required to work during the day in the field to help their parents for earning livelihood, obviously at the cost of their education. The shepherd classes which takes place in the evening, have given children who herd during the day a chance to become literate.

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