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Kenya Group Safari, 2015

Monday
18th
Aug
2014

Hot off the press!  The next group trip to Kenya in June of 2015 part of the cost will be tax deductible for those that live in the USA.  Sorry, it doesn’t extend to Canada or elsewhere. The safari will be to the famous wildlife parks with visits to two communities that Friends of Woni Kenya has ongoing projects. 

Part of this safari will be visiting Friends of Woni’s projects in Kenya.  First will be the day trip to the village of Ngu Nyumu, there we will see the water well and all of the things that have happened to the village since the well was drilled.  The other part of the visit will include a visit to the pre-school that “Friends” has been involved in since it was a flat piece of land to now preparing the children of the area for primary school.  The local women will come together to have a nice lunch for us, during this you can mingle with them and compare your lives with there’s, most speak English.

The second project is the Maasai village in Amboseli that a water well was drilled in 2012; we will be able to see how that has changed the lives of the Maasai who take water from this well on a daily basis.  The other is the Maasai preschool, that we have helped support with sports items, hand washing stands, and a food program for the children.  We will be taking a picnic lunch to the village in order for a longer stay; during this stay you will be able to ask questions of the Maasai about their lives.  You will be surprised at what you will learn from them about their lives.  You will see how they do beaded work; this is their commerce for the village, see the finished product in a display put on by the ladies.

The tax deductible part is $1000, of which once the trip is paid for, a Tax deduct slip will be issued to those going for their taxes.  Click here: http://bit.ly/1vuAt4c to see more the safari itinerary and more details about the trip!

So why not join us on this safari and special visits to our projects, you may be surprised at what you may learn about the Kenyans.