Today 1 of every 4 children in Rwanda is not attending school as for many people education still isn’t a priority.
The concept of poverty is basically an economic one, though it also has political and sociological impacts. The shortage of economic resources among many Kenyans often means that,
HIV/AIDS continues being the main deadly infection worldwide. In 2011 the number of people with HIV was 34 million, about 10% of them children under the age of 15. About 70% live in sub-Saharan Africa.
The primary Olesere School is situated in the Rift Valley (Kenya), in the remote area of the Masai Mara. The present school headmaster Irene Yiele is in charge since January 2014.
The tournament that takes place once a year, promotes the practice of football within a set of measures promoted by the Barsaloi Foundation (Northern Kenya)
The natural reserve of the Masai Mara is situated in the south-western part of Kenya. It is a continuation of the national Serengeti Park of Tanzania. Water in these areas is a basic resource of limited availability
The primary school provides access to education for the boys and girls of Barsaloi and surrounding areas. In the new classrooms they can study in a positive environment and widen their activities of basic education.
The 5.554 hectare Ngare Ndare forest is situated in the northern part of Kenya. This wonderful place is the home of a lot of wild animals that move around freely. At the heart of this forest the source of one of the main rivers that feed the North of Kenya
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