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EAP Kenya

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YLPC Fall 2010 trip to Kenya

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EAP Kenya

  1. 1. Reflections on Africa
  2. 3. Presbyterian Church of East Africa Narok *
  3. 4. Limuru Presbytery Los Ranchos Presbytery +
  4. 5. Pastors Lissa and Peter and worshipping with the Kenyans
  5. 6. Typical Maasai Land and Home
  6. 7. Maasai men
  7. 8. Maasai women support group
  8. 9. Water sources in Maasai land
  9. 10. Children collecting water on their lunchbreak
  10. 11. Farming Talks and Looking at the Land
  11. 12. Viewing and walking potential farmland for EAP.
  12. 13. Land near the Tana River, the longest river in Kenya where water access is difficult <ul><li>river in Kenya. </li></ul>
  13. 14. Land near the river which will need to be cleared, tilled, and prepared .
  14. 15. Fording the river and the new EAP tractor
  15. 16. Meeting with government officials – the VP of Kenya and the mayor and council of Nanyuki
  16. 17. Our two pastors, Lissa Smith and Peter Thitu
  17. 18. Team members after meeting at Nanyuki town hall
  18. 19. School children at recess near the EAP clinic in Tanzania
  19. 20. Maasai women carrying wood and water for new hut and visiting EAP clinics.
  20. 21. Another new dispensary for EAP in Tanzania.
  21. 22. Celebrating the opening of the new EAP dispensary in Nyeri
  22. 23. Medical Advice for Patients in Nyeri
  23. 24. Partnership Ideal – Treating patients and prescribing medicine, side-by-side
  24. 25. Celebrating success at the Nyeri Dispensary
  25. 26. EAP Dispensary at Nanyuki
  26. 27. P.C.E.A. Kikuyu Hospital, an EAP Partner
  27. 28. Presbyterian University An EAP Partner
  28. 29. Gretsa University a potential EAP partner
  29. 30. Welcome back! The EAP Boys’ Home in Narok
  30. 31. Playing at the Narok Boys’ Home
  31. 32. Our congregation sponsors these four young boys: Kelvin, James, Felix, Parsoit
  32. 33. Maxwell , Kinabet, and Simon sponsored by members of YLPC
  33. 34. Children’s Home Directors working together in partnership
  34. 35. Narok Boys’ Dormitory and new storage lockers
  35. 36. Narok Home for Boys
  36. 37. Children’s Home in Nyeri
  37. 38. Bernard Mwendi , founder of the Nyeri Children’s Home, talking with Donald of the EAP Limuru Partnership
  38. 39. Computer Lab and one of the students at the Nyeri Children’s Home
  39. 40. The garden at the Nyeri Children’s Home
  40. 41. David Mbugua welcomes YLPC to the Limuru Girls’ Home
  41. 42. Limuru Presbytery Home for Girls
  42. 43. Very happy young girls
  43. 44. The girls singing and performing for us .
  44. 45. The audience at the Limuru Girls’ Home
  45. 46. Lucy, Esther and Purity sponsored by a member, YLPC ‘s PW, and Lydia Circle
  46. 47. Elizabeth, Beth, and Keziah and Mary- girls sponsored by YLPC members
  47. 48. Catherine, Mary, and Elizabeth - recently sponsored by a YLPC member
  48. 49. Local college students come to do activities with the girls plus the Women’s Guild.
  49. 50. Lunchtime, letter writing and fun
  50. 51. Music and Art at the Limuru Girls Home
  51. 52. Field Trip to Bomas Cultural Center
  52. 53. Two of our Ambassadors
  53. 54. The garden at the home which needed work.
  54. 55. Storing Donated Medicines
  55. 56. One People, One Nation, One Love
  56. 57. Love…….Care…….HOPE
  57. 58. One big happy family…. See you again soon!

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