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Just Confirmed, I will be volunteering to teach in Kenya at Crater Primary School for July! Very Excited.
In the afternoon our medical Volunteers and two Projects Abroad Kenya Staff members visited Naka Primary School, to clean and dress the pupils's wounds. On our way to the school we were lucky to spot a Buffalo grazing inside Lake Nakuru National Park which is located a few meters from the school. The school has a population of about 300 children and they were all excited to see us, thanks everyone for such a fruitful afternoon.
Highlighting the great job that Linn Norman has been doing in her placement the story is in two versions, English and Norwegian. Linn has been very generous while here in Kenya. She has just donated ksh 280,000 to be spent in several projects. Thanks to Linn Langa Langa Municipal Hospital has water flowing from its taps after getting a new water supply system overseen by Projects Abroad Kenya director Karanja BK.
On the same note I accompanied Samantha Quinn as she donated shoes, clothes and hats to the Haven of Hope orphanage. Her thoughtful action left smiles not only on the home management but also children like little Precious who got a new pair of shoes.
I haven't booked flights yet, but im organizing all the paperwork at the moment, lots of stuff to get through. I'm really excited about this though, Kenya is where both my parents were born (actually possibly in the same hospital i will be working in), so i have a sort of affinity with the place. I last went there in 2010, when my uncle passed away in a car accident there, although a very sad reason surrounding the trip, i was able to see why my parents held this place to such a high regard. Jambo Kenya.
Hey everyone, I am going to Kenya in August, 1,2012, fir care work, was wondering if anyone else is going around the same time?