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Opportunity ID: 3/19-27/22

KAPENGURIA, KENYA - March 19-27, 2022

A community development project creating self-help groups in the West Pokot Region of Kenya. A school for abused girls educating them, giving them life skills and teaching them tailoring. Climate Change projects in partnership with the United Nations. Promotion of empowerment to women. Visiting with Self Help Groups. Visiting with the girls in the tailoring school and participate with them in the sewing projects they do. Training on basic computer skills. Morning devotions together with the girls. Technology Support for ministry – websites, social media, communication, writing, marketing. Learn about Kenya's historical background and how the roots of racism propagated through colonialism and neo colonialism continues to create massive realities of poverty, inequality, corruption, the breakdown of the family unit and violence at the national, tribal and family level as well as breaking down the harmonious existence between people and their land, thus worsening environmental problems and creating higher levels of vulnerability to the impacts of climate change. What the work of community development and women empowerment really means in the Kenyan context and the important role that it plays in addressing the above problems that are rooted in injustice. For more information, contact Dale Lusk at, 956-458-9568.

Ministry Focus: Climate Change Projects, Women Empowerment, Sewing, Technology Training, Racial Reconciliation
Group Type: 18+ years old
Cost: $1005 per person (not including travel to Eldoret, Kenya)
Housing: Homes