Monthly Archives: March 2016

  • Hellen Celebrates the Introduction of a Human Rights Curriculum

    Posted on March 23, 2016 by brightergreen in Uncategorized.

    At Egerton University, Hellen and her fellow students celebrate the introduction of a Human Rights Curriculum. Advocates for Human Rights such as Marcella Favretto and Akademia Wandibba came to the University to help discuss Human Rights on a global level and what the UN’s role is in promoting them.

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  • Joy Continues to do Research on the Life of Pastoralists in Kenya and Tanzania

    Posted on March 14, 2016 by brightergreen in Uncategorized.

    Joy Kakenya Barta continues her research on the life of pastoralists in Kenya and Tanzania including their way of life and culture. In this photograph, she is visiting the Samburus who keep cattle, goats and sheep. They are not able to farm because the place is too dry, and they depend heavily on relief foods. When […]

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  • Hellen Celebrates Culture Week

    Posted on March 11, 2016 by brightergreen in Uncategorized.

    Today, Friday March 11, marked the beginning of culture week in Kenya. Hellen, one of the ladies in our leadership initiative, took time to participate in the event explaining about her culture and beliefs and participating in various activities such as singing, dancing and games.

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  • Ann’s Work At Nairobi National Park

    Posted on March 4, 2016 by brightergreen in Uncategorized.

    Ledaiki Ann Nailantei has been working as a ranger in Nairobi National Park. She loves her job and always talks so passionately about all sorts of animals and weird encounters. Here’s a fun story that she shared with us recently: “Three lions somehow managed to sneak out of the park and made their way towards […]

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