REGISTERED CHARITY NUMBER 17876
GREAT NEWS AND VERY EXCITING
January Was Of Course Very Exciting Because We Got The Rainwater Tanks Set Up.
In June July August a total of 8 people came out at different times This amazes the Maasai that have never seen white people and they look forward so much to each visit, and really appreciate every persons effort. and the fact somebody would travel so far to spend time helping them.
We gave worm treatments to 250 people. We took countless people to doctors, clinics and hospitals, and to have their maize milled in the next village. which saves them walking a 20km round trip.
We gave T. Shirts to many many Children and Adults.
We set up a food programme so 83 children -aged 4 to 10 years, who previously had no food all day, can have porridge enriched with oil and beans every morning in school.
We went out into the bush and found children as young as 4yrs old - herding goats and gave them bread and clothes.
We pay four Teachers: Jackson and Peter teaching the nursery class. Joseph and Gabrielle teach 1st Class.
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We are heading out again in January. More updates soon.
The Maasai in Karao are a beautiful African Tribe, they have been moved from their good grasslands to a settlement in a desert area of the Maasai Steppes. They urgently need Water as at present they have to walk 20miles to fetch it. As a result they do not have the energy to look after basic needs such as food clothes and hygiene. They URGENTLY need A Well to provide water so that they can; eat, grow crops, have water for their cattle, build a school, wash clothes and promote a healthier lifestyle to give their children a better life.
We will work directly with the village so all funds raised are of direct benefit to the people there. We will spend money locally to benefit the economy in the immediate area. We will provide the villagers with hope for a better future by providing them with a means of living a better life in the settlement, while at the same time providing them with a means of reaching out beyond the confines of the settlements they live in.