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Kenya -Sep 2014 - Part 2

I spent most of my days in Western Kenya visiting schools and local community self-help groups.

Public schools are facing many hurdles in East Africa. Explosive demographics (families have an average of 8 children, and schools cannot cope with the growth), lack of funding to maintain the buildings and pay the teachers (the local communities have to pay some teachers themselves, with the risk that they cannot pay if the harvest is bad), there is often little sanitation (no toilets or water in the school), no fence or security measures, no electricity and  few schoolbooks (usually 1 schoolbook for 3 children). 1,133 more words


15 cosas que probablemente no sabías acerca de la Copa Mundial de “fútbol calle"

La 12ª edición de la HWC se celebra este año en Santiago de Chile, del 19 al 26 octubre

Menos de un mes hasta que la… 647 more words

Paralympic Sports

15 Things You Probably Didn't Know About the "Homeless World Cup"

The 12th edition of the HWC is taking place in Santiago, Chile, from 19th to 26th October

Less than one month until the Homeless World Cup 2014… 475 more words

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Kenya - Sep 2014 - Part 1 - with an unexpected ending...

I have been to Africa before. Nairobi was the East African headquarter  of my former company, so I have been to that city many times for business trips. 1,230 more words


Los proyectos de crowdfunding más locos

Ideas extravagantes y generosidad en la red

Este verano un proyecto de crowdfunding revolucionó Internet. Un ciudadano estadounidense llamado Zack de Brown lanzó una campaña de Kickstarter pidiendo 10 dólares para hacer su primera ensalada de patatas… 748 more words

Non-profit Projects

The Craziest Crowdfunding Projects

Stories of Goodwill & Outlandish Ideas on the Net

This summer the Internet went crazy with a crowdfunding project that raised 88,000 dollars to make a potato salad… 594 more words

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East Africa trip - Sep 2014 - Itinerary and Highlights

I’m back from a 10-day trip to Western Kenya and Uganda. Internet connections were limited or too slow to be usable, so now it’s time to blog again. 856 more words