Design and arts by a woman on the verge of poverty

She is definitely creative. She is very talented. She has very sophisticated and interesting ideas, and knows as well how to put it in practice with the right manual skills. While using materials that are there. She has no means to buy expensive materials. No one really taught her how to do. She has never…

Good harvest does not mean automatically good income

Good farming depends on many factors: soil and climate, knowledge, good seed and … storage opportunities In Webuye, West Kenya we partner with two farmer cooperatives, named Naima and Kibisi. That‘s ca. 1000 farmers in total. Since October 2019 they participate in our animal health training sessions. Some farmer women have tailored hundred school bags…

Training on Clean Water Initiative at Webuye started

The clean water initiative that we have launched a few days back has now been rolled out to our farmers and people with albinism community in Webuye. Impressions from the first training In our Making More Health house some of our future Community trainers (volunteers from the communities itself) learn about the usage of the…

Simple solutions to make drinking water safe – 6000 people will benefit

A few days back, we have launched a pilot project to make more drinking water available to our communities in  our Making More Health project area in Bungoma county, Western Kenya.  More than 6000 individuals living close to the poverty line in rural areas will benefit from it. How it works? Helioz, a social enterprise…

Let’s have a drink together – or are you hesitant?

Above is the spring water well that is being used by over 300 household’s here in the surrounding of Webuye in Western Kenya. The people have been drawing stagnant water, and used it as drinking water. The consequences were often water with a high bacteria level right from the water source thus leading to diarrhea…

They are made to shine – join our live session on 13 June

Made To Shine” is the theme for this year’s International Albinism Awareness Day (13 June 2020). The theme was chosen to celebrate the achievements and successes of persons with albinism worldwide. As the UN states: “It is also a call to stand in solidarity with people with albinism through their challenges. In this unprecedented time,…