Kenya and Nearby

Kenyan Based Projects

Julliet Makhapila's project - visibility

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Updated January 2013

Julliet is a Kenyan living in London. She set up a small feeding programme for children in her home village, from her own pocket, admistered by the local headmaster, and with careful monitoring. There have been fringe benefits and some local people are sufficiently impressed to put in their own money to enable it to reach more children. She wants of enable more replication and to share lessons learned from this project. She has tried to create a website, but struggles to know what part of her story to tell and how to tell it.

Another Pyramid of Peace?

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Kenyan elections are scheduled for March 2013. Various people in Dadamac and Minciu Sodas remember both the violence and the conflict resolution work from last time. It would seem that if we can learn lessons from last time then it would help people to plan ahead.

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No action group or study group has been initiated yet, but a few resources have been gatherd here, following some emails people exchanged esporessing concerns.

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Pamela McLean

Nafsi Acrobats - visibility

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The Nafsi Acrobats are based in Nairobi. As well as performing they do great work with deprived children. It might help them to use www.dadamac,net to tell their ongoing story - similar to the way Fantsuam Foundation does.

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Kennedy Owino of the Naafsi Acrobats and Pamela McLean of Dadamac decided to see how it would work to use dadamac.net to raise the visibility of Nafsi Acrobats

Teachers Talking

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Teachers TalkingTeachers Talking (TT) is an introduction to ICT (Information and Communication Technology) for teachers in rural Africa. It is an inservice training course which ran for the first time in 2004 at Fantsuam Foundation.

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