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S: Quest Kenya 2011

FC: Quest Kenya 2011 The Jirani Project

2: Let the adventure begin!

3: On the way to Nairobi!

4: Our first days were spent exploring downtown Nairobi, a Kenyan heritage museum, and a giraffe conservancy!

5: Exploring Nairobi

6: The Road to Kipkarren

7: After getting over our jet-lag, we drove about 5 hours north-west to the small town of Kipkarren, where Mark Okello, the Kenyan staff person for the Jirani Project had rented a hotel for the Jirani Camp to take place.

8: Jirani Camp | The Jirani Project matches up donors in the US with vulnerable kids in Kenya like orphans, street kids, and refugees who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford a quality education. | Our group led activities like tie-dying, games, skits, crafts, computer lessons, and goal setting with the kids who ranged in age from 6 to 17.

12: Service Projects

13: After the kids went back to school, we stayed in Kipkarren for a few more days to help out at a local church and school!

14: Safari

18: Back in Nairobi | We visited a women’s microfinance group in the slums of Kigami. The interfaith group sells their handiwork and pools their resources to invest the profit in each member, one at a time.

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Laura Hermanns
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