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6 days ago

Mnarani Aid

Unfortunately our grant application for watering systems at our schools' gardens to KilifiGold Triathlon did not succeed. But a big thank you to the KGT Committee for allowing us to bid. So we must carry on ourselves. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Mnarani Aid

Yesterday I went to Konjora Primary. Here are some photos. They are of the Special Girls Football team who have won through to play in a Special Football competition in Chicago USA this coming summer. Mnarani Aid assisted in supplying the funds for passports and other documentation. Then we have Teacher Nicholas receiving some stationary donated by the good people living in North Norfolk, UK and finally Mnarani Aid giving gardening tools to help their food production. ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday I went to Konjora Primary. Here are some photos.  They are of the Special Girls Football team who have won through to play in a Special Football competition in Chicago USA this coming summer.  Mnarani Aid assisted in supplying the funds for passports and other documentation.  Then we have Teacher Nicholas receiving some stationary donated by the good people living in North Norfolk, UK and finally Mnarani Aid giving gardening tools to help their food production.Image attachmentImage attachment

2 weeks ago

Mnarani Aid

The monthly money for the the three school's Lunch Program has been paid. As usual the schools are very pleased. On Monday I went to Matsangoni to deliver two Vegetable Vertical Growing Bags. The teachers are excited with these and will be starting using them very shortly. Also delivered writing materials from the good people of North Norfolk brought over here by Angie. There has been no water in the local Matsangoni village for two weeks. They are relying on the borehole we delivered last year. A great community and school project. Tomorrow I will delivering the Growing Bags to Konjora with gardening tools and some of the stationary materials. ... See MoreSee Less

The monthly money for the the three schools Lunch Program has been paid.  As usual the schools are very pleased. On Monday I went to Matsangoni to deliver two Vegetable Vertical Growing Bags.  The teachers are excited with these and will be starting using them very shortly.  Also delivered writing materials from the good people of North Norfolk brought over here by Angie.  There has been no water in the local Matsangoni village for two weeks.  They are relying on the borehole we delivered last year.  A great community and school project.  Tomorrow I will delivering the Growing Bags to Konjora with gardening tools and some of the stationary materials.
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