Help 250 Disabled Kenyan children go to school

Jul 24, 2013

Children Inspired by Danish Gymnasts


Its very rare in this sideo dthe ocuntry side to receive visitors form abroad. TYSA has has a long time relationship with the National Danish Gymanstic Team which see them visit Kenya occassionally.

The main performance of summersault and rolling made the peak of the day. Everybody went home very excited and happy for seeing unbelievable things in their lives. The meeting with Danish  has increased networking and information sharing among children. “It was a great chance to meet with Danish girls and have lunch together. I have never been met with a mzungu (White Man) before in my life. The way I interacted with them and exchanged contact, take photos we took and played together remains a memory to my life,’ said by Tony Karehevi from Sinoko Primary school.

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Gichuki Francis

Executive Officer
Kitale, Kenya

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