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A peek into the kids' lives in Kenya

by Nora S., Medical Intern, IHF Nakuru

Last weekend, I had the opportunity to go to East Pokot for our bi-annual famine feed. East Pokot is an extremely marginalized tribe where most of our kids are from.   215 more words


Horsing around

It feels like its been years since I posted anything, its not from a lack of desire but just of the time to sit down and compose my thoughts. 300 more words


A simple Nakuru reality

by Mary S.W., Work-Study, IHF Nakuru

One valuable piece of reality that one will learn when immersing oneself into the IHF family for an extended period of time, is the simplicity and strength of those who live life well. 402 more words


Of Bustling Streets and Avocado

By Wahito Kangere, Nakuru Fellow 2014

Nakuru is said to be the fastest growing town in Africa. I’m here on a six weeks summer fellowship and three weeks have gone by since we got here. 459 more words

kenya | on a budget

airline tickets were purchased about a month ago (after exhausting our resources of friends with airline connections). unfortunately, we paid a pretty penny, but worked with a travel agent my boss in Kenya recommended. 408 more words


Mad Wednesday

You’ve heard of the famous NaxVegas ‘party life’ accompanied by the rugby tournaments, Masaku-ing around this valley town, and what not. Then there’s the relatively known… 535 more words

Road trip to Elementaita

I haven’t posted anything in a while, work got me too pre-occupied. But this is what I have been up to.

I finally got a chance to go for a road trip and it was to Elementaita. 310 more words