Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital


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By a female, 31-45 years old, in Maasai Land, Kenya
Map of WILDLIFE Wildlife refers to plants and animals that exist in the environment under natural conditions, without any interference from human activities. Wild plants are called flora while wild animals are called fauna. Wildlife is protected in national parks national reserves, marine parks and bird sanctuaries. In Kenya the largest national park is Tsavo National Park. The game reserves in the Rift Valley provinced is famous all over the world. because of the many wild animals it has. Lake Nakuru National Park is also famous because it is the leading bird sanctuary where flamingoes are conserved. The group of K.S.W has encourage wildlife to be continued in country Kenya. Read more.
Related to project keywords: bird, wild animals, wild, wildlife, natural

The Good Samaritans

By a male, under 16 years old, in Busia, Kenya
Map of THE GOOD SAMARITANS The vehicle knocked me down on the road and vanished in a thin air living me helpless and blood profusely.My consience was going and my memory going as each second went.I never knew what was happening and just then everything went black. As i walk up,i found myself in the hospital,on a bed and as i looked around,i saw a man sitted by my side and thanking God for my recovery.He was there with a beautiful woman whom i supposed to be the wife.They told me how they had found me on the road and how they had brought me at the hospital. They asked the phone numbers of my parents and they called them to the hospital.After my parents came they introduced themselves to them as Mr and Mrs Wanyama and left. Read more.
Related to project keywords: recovery, numbers, vehicle, living, hospital

Youths Beating Odds

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Youths beating odds Change mtaani is a youth group that was started by like minded youths in Kibera slums.change mtaani means changing the neighbourhood.Having the passion to change their home area they decided to come up with a group CHANGE MTAANI.Lack of jobs in Kenya is not a strange thing to come across young people no essence to life. A forty seven like minded youth decided to best all odds and formed a young and hardworking youth group they do difficult activities that can generate for them income. 1 Garbage collection - this is done around houses the members have decided not to charge at a high price because the tiny standard in the area they charge 20 Kenya shillings at the end of the week. 2 Gaden in a sack - its done in sacks filled with soil and fertilizer are put planting of vegetables like onions,tomatoes and kales when products are ripe and ready for consumption the youths sell them the money is shared among the members the money helps the youths pay the bills. 3 poultry keeping - so far they have built a poultry house but they lack enough finance bring the chicks and and maintain them. 4 Fish pond - They have built also a fish pond but they are looking for mudfish since the pond place is muddy and can't support other fish species. Read more.
Related to project keywords: species, place, young, fish, week

Thanks Giving To The Ngo Project

By a male, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Thanks giving to the NGO project The village elders were assisted by the NGO by donating seeds in the village. Further trees are useful to our life since they are of the water catchment areas. Trees are not only useful to us but to animals as well. They act as animal homes for example birds and monkeys. Trees also offer fresh air to us. Most of us depend on trees for timber. If we avoid deforestation we might benefit very much Timber is used in home making . Some people in our village are fond of stealing trees from forests. From the help of the NGO soldiers from the K.W.S who are now guarding the forest.We thank the project and ask it to help more. More so we are now saying in a conclusive environment. Read more.
Related to project keywords: birds, animals, home, giving, thank

Wildlife Damage

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Transzoia-east, Kenya
Map of WILDLIFE DaMaGE Wild life is good for the economy of the country since it brings about tourist and investors.Along river siny6alu there is Saiwa national park the park was not fenced in the past ,this caused great headaches to the farmers bacause of their crops were destroyed by the wild animals through Kenya wildlife the park was fenced reducing the ealier cases. Read more.
Related to project keywords: wild animals, brings, great, service, wildlife

Great Hope Trhough One Who Cares

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Kakamega Central, Kenya
Map of GREAT HOPE TRHOUGH ONE WHO CARES CABDA has helped to have many children from poor families attain education and live to become responsible useful persons. There are many children who are hindered from realizing their dreams as a result of many factors. Some are natural calamities which rob the future of great potentials who end up as street chidlren or worse still as criminals. CABDA should continue being successful in their objectives that have given Kenya hope. Read more.
Related to project keywords: cares, natural, live, hope, great

Shortage Of Facilities In The Slums

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of SHORTAGE OF FACILITIES IN THE SLUMS Fuata Nyayo slums in Nairobi ,a slum where majority live like birds,food and shelter is a major problem thus the residents cannot raise sh 60 for water but wine flows.Youths engage in practices that make their lives in danger.They charge toilets sh 5 per visit thus this is expensive if you have running stomach because they are few.The few that are there are the ones being used at the moment thanks to the landlords of those houses and few business men and women. Read more.
Related to project keywords: birds, live, &, ones, raise
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Project Leader

Yvonne Wallace Blane

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin United States

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