We are off to Kisumu – very excited

The widows at Bondo Farm work for the Orphanage and have a small piece of land in return for their labour, everybody wins,

The widows at Bondo Farm work for the Orphanage and have a small piece of land in return for their labour, everybody wins,

For some weeks now we have been planning a trip to visit Phoebe and her wonderful family. We, Louise Berrington and I are representing E.S.A. ( European Sustainability Academy )in the absence of their amazing Managing Director Sharon Lawlor – Jackson.

We will be presenting Bishop Phoebe with an award from the Academy for her work empowering and educating women and her continued work with the children of Kisumu.

We will also up-date our records for the Phoebe’s family sponsorship programme. we will be taking new photographs ( they grow so quickly) and we will be  hearing about the children’s achievements.

This is a working trip and we are very privileged to be attending a  rally whilst we are there, meeting women from the “Great Lake Foundation” and on our return we will add a page on this website.

We also hope that we will have submitted our papers for registration of the new charity, hoping to support Phoebe and her family with the money we raise. We will keep you up to date with the progress we are making. Please keep contacting us if you need more information about the new charity and the work we support in Kisumu, Kenya.

Rotarian Sandra Lewis of Locksheath Rotary Club on a visit to kisumu Kenya

Rotarian Sandra Lewis of Locksheath Rotary Club on a visit to Kisumu Kenya

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