It has been a year since I returned home from Kenya now. It’s been a time of emotional ups and downs for me. Being home has been really important to me. My grandparents are getting older and spending time with … Continue reading
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than out on the veranda sharing food and fun times with friends? A birthday barbecue was the perfect end to the week for our teaching staff – great times!
Gioto Garbage Slum is possibly one of the most shocking places in the world. It is exactly as it sounds, a slum inside the garbage dump. Home to 140 families who depend on the garbage itself for survival, both food and shelter. Most … Continue reading
Sometimes things are easier done if you just do them yourself! We wanted an extension classroom so some of our little ones could have a little more one on one time to work on their literacy. With the help of … Continue reading
During my time in Kenya I had the chance to see the ins and outs of many non-profit organisations. One of the NGOs closest to my heart is NHWC, The Nathan Hall Williams Center. Based in Nakuru this wonderful little … Continue reading