Harambe

Harambee is a Kenyan tradition of community self-help events, e.g. fundraising or development activities. Harambee literally means “all pull together”

Bore Hole is Complete!

If we want a drink of water, we grab a glass and turn on the tap. If we want to water our gardens, we turn on the hose. We are fortunate enough to live in a country where (with a few notable exceptions) access to fresh water is assumed. With the support of generous donors,…

GRACE Project Teacher Profile: Erick Vidonyi

Look for Tuesday posts highlighting the wonderful people who do the hard work of educating GRACE Project Academic Center students. GRACE teachers help our students to achieve – often beyond students’ own expectations. Learn more about the GRACE Academic Center and please consider making a donation to help support our work. Erick Vidonyi Is inspired…

Kenya’s Butterflies

Kenya is often associated with its largest, most impressive wildlife… huge elephants, graceful giraffes, fierce lions, massive rhinoceroses. About 100,000 people travel to Kenya each year to go on safari in order to experience Kenya’s majestic animals in their natural habitats. If they look closer, they might catch a glimpse of much smaller – but…

GRACE Project Teacher Profile: Jacinta Nyambega

This is the first in a series of posts highlighting the wonderful people who do the hard work of educating GRACE Project Academic Center students. GRACE teachers help our students to achieve – often beyond students’ own expectations. Learn more about the GRACE Academic Center and please consider making a donation to help support our…