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,
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 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.
In Barsaloi there is no nursery and when the mothers stop breast-feeding their babies most of them are malnourished. The women of Barsaloi are the ones who sustain their families,
The West Pokot district is situated in the Rift Valley in Kenya, the capital being Kapenguria. It has a population of about 300.000 in an area of 9064 km2. The inhabitants are called pokots
The Barsaloi Mission of the Padres Yarumal and the Hermanas de Santa Teresita contribute to the development of the Samburu communities of the area.
The primary schools of Mwele and Barsaloi, a few kilometres away from Malindi (Kenyan coast) were in a very bad state when we visited for the first time, now 5 years ago.
Kibera is the biggest marginal district of Africa and one of the biggest in the world. Kibera has a total population of about one million inhabitants; most of them are extremely poor earning less than 1$ per day.
Every day 500 boys and girls come to the Primary School of Endonyo Rinka, walking through areas full of wildlife near the Masai Mara. The community proposes the construction of several dormitories for boys and girls and a house for the staff.
Las comunidad de Lowa se encuentran en una zona semiárida del norte de Kenia. Pertenecen a la tribu samburu, tribu nómada que practica una economía basada en el pastoreo.
The Lowa, Lulu, Opiroi, Nairimirimo and Lodokume communities (Samburu communities) live in a semi-arid area in Northern Kenya; their economy is based on cattle-raising.
As a child, Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2004 for her defence of the environment, has studied at the Loreto Girls School in Limuru. This is a secondary school exclusively for girls that provides high quality teaching.
Only one out of four children goes to school in Rwanda. Many Rwandans are still not aware of the importance of education.
The Murambi community in Northern Rwanda consists of several families, most of their members without a stable job. But their main problem is the lack of drinking water.
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