Presentation on theme: "Kenya 2014 Our Building Project. It started with digging."— Presentation transcript:
Kenya 2014 Our Building Project
It started with digging
Building the foundations
Our first team finished up to the slab
Our second team arrived to build the walls
and they did just that!
The walls got higher…
Our third team helped lift the many trusses
…and plastered !
They painted the windows and doors many times
and tried their hardest to get a lot of the work completed
Special thanks to John and his great team of fundis!
However your teams trips wouldn’t have been complete without all the wonderful stories you heard, and the visits you made to our amazing partners.....
Message from Pastor Ben – “The work on the above subject has been going on very well and is about to end this week so as to embark on the roofing of the walkway. If the walkway roofing was done before, then the plastering of the pillars wouldn't have been possible. The workers had a break of a week and a half, they would have finished but coming week they will. Say hi to the teams.”
We met David Kereto & heard his story
We met Lasoi & heard her story
We met the Community Health Workers at Home Based Care
and visited families in Narok & Mulot
Donations You left a total of £ to Home Based Care, for medical care for individuals, school fees for clients and Community Health Workers and general donations plus mattresses for some of the families.
We met Helen and heard her story
Donations for individuals You left a total of £ which helped to pay school fees for one of Pastor Ben’s children, school fees for one of Helen’s children and for one of the Chambai waiters to pursue further education at evening college.
We visited Naisoya nursery school
…and Olmarum nursery school
We visited Nairasirasa community medical centre
Donations: £ was given by volunteers.
We showed the Jesus film
On Sundays we went to Church
We went for a walk on the Loita Plains
We visited Patrick & Josephine at Mission with a Vision.
and did activities with the girls
Donations You left £ to help with feeding and general provisions. Patrick has written to tell us of the 10 new girls still awaiting sponsors.
We visited Nkapilili school
and their dormitories
We visited the Kijabe clinic
Sylvia & her family provided each team with a meal at her house
We met families from Jesus Power Gospel Ministries
Played games with the children…
…and provided over 100 of them with a meal!
Donations You left a total of £ for accommodation and food for 5 street boys for a month, 30 women from the feeding programme to join the micro finance project and school fees for 3 street boys. Mattresses were also donated.
We did activities with the girls at the MEA Refuge
Donations A total of £ was left for furniture for the dormitories, curtains and tiling for the bathroom block.
We visited the hostel for disabled children in Bomet
And played games with them
We also painted the dormitories
Donations £ was donated to Bomet for general on going cost.
Thanks Team 2
Thanks Team 3
Thanks Team 4
Special thanks to Rachel
and to Benj
Thank you all for helping us make this summers campaign such a great success!
What’s next for the staff team? Penny will be going to Brazil in October and Cambodia in January 2015 Benj is starting his Masters degree on Monday, and then “seeing what God has in store for me”! Rachel is aiming “to combine my journalism skills and experiences in Kenya to help further the people I met while there, and get a job so I can pay the mortgage”!