AFK Kenya Travels
The Wildlife Park in
Presentation of AED/Maasailand
reading to kids
Children at Jamii
Debbie's Academy Maasailand
Deb Nabor's academy in Maasailand
PMaasai Children in their village anting tree
Kennedy Odede from
Kibera Slum in Nairobi
Diabetic testing in
Kennedy Odede in First SHOFCO site
Dinner time in
Educational conference in Nairobihe SHOFCO
Two Old Friends/Lawrence & Mama Chuma Mama Chuma and the Maasai chief
Eric and Heather doing vision
Room in clinic (Kikuyu)
Deb Naybor (BYH) and Kennedy Odede (SHOFCO) Feeding the kids at Jamii Children's Center
Feral dog in Gioto
Fish eagle on Lake Naivasha
AFK's favorite restaurant in a tree
Gioto Mother and child
View of Indian
Jamii Children's Center in
Jean and Regina resting in the
Chuma, Jayne and Mama
Jean examing patient at
Jean Finnegan doing an intake
AFK's finest: Jimmy and
and his girls: He will be deeply missed
Proud grandparents with Jessica &
Hope to Shine's Kibera School for
School for girls with adjoining clinic
KSG talent show/Summer,
Lake Naivasha/ 2011
Eve, Big Emely and Little
Maasai women feed us lunch during clinic. !
Patient waiting at Maasailand
Chuma ready to go...
Mama Chuma and Mama Lucy, Gioto slum chief
Medical supply sorting before clinic
And more flamingos yet
As all can see, the Library team is exceedingly spiffy!
Regina did double duty: Education and Medical teams
These pictures were taken to show the activities of the three AFK Teams that went to Kenya during July, 2011.
The Education team: led by Wayne Silver, the Library Team: led by Audra Zimmermann and the Medical team led by Emely Silver.
A few pictures from previous trips have been inlcuded so the evolution of the programs could be noted by the viewers.
Here are more photos of the trip:
SHOFCO, which at one time was a small tin shack in the middle of
Kibera, now has a separate building with a classroom and electricity to
teach computer skills to the youth of Kibera. This is a picture of
our visit to the classroom.
The presence of Regina Farinaccio, our pre-school expert, brought
new ideas and insights to some of our partner organizations. Her
famous Parachute was the hit of Jamii and all the other small children's
Regina's famous parachute!!!!
Tim enjoyed every moment he spent at the Jamii Children's Center
Women's weaving cooperative.
AFK's nurse/midwife, Rochelle Kanell, first in line for departure.
Sunset in Kenya
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