Students working as volunteers at the Urafiki centre have helped the community to rebuild and repair the houses for 4 older people. The whole community helped to fetch wood and make food for the workers. Before the rain poured in, now everyone is dry. Hooray. Thanks to everyone who donated
The URAFIKI land was bought in 2009. Building of the office began in 2010. The whole community was excited and saw this as a Centre of HOPE. Toilets and a well followed. In 2013 a magnificent community centre was built and has a large community space for gatherings and also
The Day of the African Child on 16th June 2015 took a collective stand against child marriage. Eve, the Children’s Team Manager, was invited to take 40 URAFIKI children from Kapkatoi primary to a district celebration with over 2,000 other children. Our children performed a Luhya song and dance about
The children at Kaptisi Special School are so happy as they are watching their first ever toilets being built by URAFIKI volunteers. Watch this space – the toilets will be finished any day now.
100 young people were delighted to receive solar lights so they can do their homework. No more dangerous and costly kerosene. Lights are recharged each day. So many have flagged this as the highlight of the year in their letters to us. Thanks to Chris Shrimpton for selling scrap and
Please have a look at what’s been happening over the past couple of months.