Rafiki Ya Maisha

We founded Rafiki Ya Maisha to provide vocational training to unemployed young people & women in need, who have no secondary education nor access to trade schools in rural Western Kenya. This forgotten group of youths gets material assistance for acquiring life skills through our small college in Chepkanga. This village empowerment endeavor has components in conservation, health, culture, micro-finance, counseling, brick making. We are building a larger polytechnic center to serve Sergoit area.

Happy women with bricks, Koshyn

Happy women with bricks, Koshyn
Photo from Progress Report 'The Enthusiasm of the Community' (view small | med | large | orig)

Public Works engineer & Project leader

Public Works engineer & Project leader
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting the construction site ready' (view small | med | large | orig)

Water source at the dam in Koshyn

Water source at the dam in Koshyn
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting the construction site ready' (view small | med | large | orig)

Reinforced Fence around school plot

Reinforced Fence around school plot
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting the construction site ready' (view small | med | large | orig)

Hard core stones for the foundations

Hard core stones for the foundations
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting the construction site ready' (view small | med | large | orig)
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