I may be smiling, but this water walk is actually grueling. To think that mamas and children do this several times a day is almost unimaginable. We have so much respect for the mamas. And to WE for building infrastructures that help bring clean water TO the communities.
We spent the day with ME to WE Artisans, as they taught us their beading skills that allow them to make a living. More than that, they connect with other Mamas, building a strong community. At every level, the local people have shown us the meaning of sharing and uplifting one another.
We were in awe at the confidence, kindness and determination of the learners at Kisaruni All-Girls Secondary School.
What an amazing place. They taught US so much.
Chef Mary at the Bogani Camp in Maasai Mara showed us some secrets of traditional Kenyan bites...
...Mondasi and masala chai tea!