Support Literacy Project in Kenya

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Recent project:

Kenya has a population of about 46 million and is located in East Africa. The capital and largest city, Nairobi, is home to Kibera, one of the world's largest slums. Many of the 42 tribes in Kenya have been in conflict for ages primarily due to inadequate resources such as water.

On March 4, 2013, over 80 percent of registered voters in Kenya peacefully turned out in large numbers to vote in a free and fair election.

Support Literacy in Kenya: In Kenya, the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID) estimates that more than six percent of the population is infected with HIV, 1.6 million people infected with HIV/AIDS, and 1.1 million orphans infected due to AIDS.

Sima Community Based Peace Initiative Organization, based in in the Sima region of Kenya, aims to strengthen networks to prevent conflicts and promote peace. It is sponsoring literacy schools for over 150 girls and boys.

For this project, $1 provides a book and a pencil for a child. Your support is crucial!

Previous project:

Good News! The Water Project has been a great success. It was completed by 2014. The water well is used by the communities in Gilgil, Kenya. It serves over 5000 people and 18,000 animals. It has helped the tribal communities of Kikuyu's and Masai to live in harmony. Thank you for your support of the project.

Water is life in Kenya!  To mitigate the conflict between Kikuyu's and Masai tribes over water, our East Africa Peace Worldwide Chapter in Kenya has decided to bore a water well in a local school, which is shared by both communities. The water well is planned to serve over 88,000 people, mostly women and children. 

For this project, $1 provided safe water to over 9 persons. Thank you for your support!

Work in progress