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 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 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
In the semi-arid area the lack of permanent water sources is a problem the Samburu have to confront every day. The population of Lulu decided to settle down and abandon their nomad traditions in order to have a more dignified life.
The whole Lulu community, belonging to a Samburu tribe, will profit since one way or another they will receive the benefits, the training and the fruits that will be produced in the greenhouses.
In Lodungokwe there is a water problem. There is no drinking water, the little water they get, pumped from a well some five kilometres away, is salty and is undrinkable and it even cannot be used to water the plants.
The Samburu is a nomadic tribe; their economy is based upon cattle-raising. They consider agriculture a profane activity and thus their habitat has remained intact for a long time.
We got many requests from medical professionals and foundations that wanted to volunteer in Africa offering their knowledge and help free of charge, for only a simple thank-you.
We got many requests from medical professionals and foundations that wanted to volunteer in Africa offering their help and knowledge free of charge, for only a simple thank-you.
Nyarutosho is home to more than 80 families (a little more than 500 persons) without basic access to sanitation systems. The community built an association to construct 20 latrines to share among the families.
In Nairobi there are 12 slums and, although we cannot be sure of the number of inhabitants that live there, in some of them, for instance in Kibera, more than 1.5 million people are barely surviving.
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