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Une femme a ete enlevée par le plus gros aigle du monde

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WHAT WE STAND FOR

Marafiki Community International is an organization dedicated to enhancing lives and fostering communities through sustainable development.
The programs and services offered bring together the underprivileged members of our community to acquire education, skills, build self-esteem, and ultimately help them to become self-sustaining through socio-economic empowerment.

 

We believe education is at the heart of sustainable development, which is why we built and run Southern Cross Academy at the SIDP(Settled Internally Displaced People) camp in Mai Mahiu where we offer free education for 350 children. We are also in the process of building Ripoi Primary School in the middle of Maasai Mara. We are committed to the education of children in communities like these, where there is a hunger and a passion for it.
Marafiki will only take on projects that are sustainable and that will increase the opportunities of Kenyans to better our society.

OUR PROJECTS

Marafiki Community International is always looking for new projects which aid sustainable community development. As well as collaborating with other agencies and partners, we also run our own projects that help empower people in our target communities. We want to do more than provide a quick fix for individual situations which is why we strive to fix social problems through long-term projects like these.

One of Marafiki’s main focuses is education – we believe it is one of the most important investments a country can make and is critical to reducing poverty and inequality. As an organisation, we stand up and support education for children from underprivileged communities in two of our main projects:

Southern Cross Academy

Built in 2009, Southern Cross Academy was created with the aim of providing a free education to children within the Settled Internally Displaced People camp in Maai Mahiu, an hour outside of Nairobi.

Camps like this arose across the country in 2008 following post-election violence that saw hundreds of thousands of families fleeing their homes and communities. The camp in Maai Mahiu is home to around 4500 people, some of whom are still living in tents with no running water, electricity or protection.

Southern Cross Academy hosts over 300 children from the camp. The school strives to provide a happy, caring, and stimulating environment where children will recognise and fulfil their potential.
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