For over 16 years Andrew worked for the Dagoretti Children’s Center, a project in Nairobi run by Feed the Children. The center cares for orphaned and destitute children as well as those who are physically and mentally challenged and Andrew was brought in to teach both children and young adults about theories and practices in agriculture…..
Gani is a man all about coffee. As a farmer he grows it. As a businessman and entrepreneur he processes it and markets it. And as a lover of coffee he drinks it. Gani maintains, for a farmer to drink his own coffee is deeply important for it inspires him to strive toward high quality and gives him a sense of pride…..
As the director for the Christian Social Service and Development Department (CSSDD) in the Kayah Hpu Baptist Association, Myar organizes training and awareness programs for community and women’s groups in areas such as water and sanitation, maternal child health, women’s empowerment, and malaria prevention, coordinating with the many international NGOs that have recently come into Kayah State……
Moses has five children, three of whom his family took in after they lost their parents. His wife Millicent is a priest in the Anglican Church of Kenya, serving four congregations (Nyamninia Parish) in the Diocese of Maseno West. One of the many church projects he assists with is administration support for 300 Compassion International sponsored children (up to three kids from one family can be sponsored).
The town of Tuensang is located in the far east of Nagaland, reachable only by eight hours of “rock-n-roll” driving along rough mountain roads. The people of this area are often referred to as backward, due to their remoteness and traditional lifestyle, but for Chonglise Sangtam, these are his people and this is his home…..
Bya works in the Kay Htoe Boe Social Development Association which serves 100 Kay Htoe Boe villages in Kayah state, villages recognizable by their tall ceremonial poles called Tobo. The Kay Htoe Boe are a group within Kayah State that identify themselves according to their tradition of animist cultural practices that dates back thousands of years…..
David is a gifted talker and story teller. Soft and fluid in his speech, his best way of connecting with people is through his preaching and teaching. He serves as a priest in the Church of Uganda and as a teacher at the Namataba Secondary School where he also takes the opportunity to preach to the children during assembly time. His messages start from the bible, and from there he moves into practical daily life themes such as sanitation, agriculture, and taking care of the environment.