Summer is quickly coming to an end, but the impact which was made by FIKISHA 2011 Summer Interns is still being felt within Kawangware slum and community. They spent their time with the street boys, who are the lowest and most looked down upon individuals in Kenya.

Together with the FIKISHA mentors they served the community through clean ups and planting flowers. They also had the privilege to visit the miracle boys’ families, held mentorship trainings, conducted yoga classes, shot a video about the boys and party with the mentors on some occasions.

Asante sana Christine Gilbert, Sarah Huffman, Catherine Standridge and Kelsey Paulsen for your Internship input, Sam Bretzmann, Alyssa Magnusson and Dan Safty for your coordination and realigning the plans and goals of FIKISHA.

The following pictures summarize everything. Pictures were taken by  Sarah Jean and some of the interns.

If you are interested to be our next intern, feel free to contact FIKISHA  @ fikishakenya@live.com or fikishausa@gmail.com

Moses Aboka

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Comments
  1. Jared Magero says:

    Fikisha Kenya has inspired me with their events

  2. Nuru Lutheran VCT Center has some good photos of the medical outreach. Will you post them in the website/blog?

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