• original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.

    • original

      Seeds

      $5.00

      When grown on Kivuli’s own land, these seedlings will provide Kivuli Children’s Home with both fruit to eat as well as trees for shade. Fruit grown on these trees will give the children living at Kivuli vital nutrition needed for a healthy diet.

    • original

      School Supplies

      $12.00

      With pencils, pens and other educational supplies, children from Kivuli Children’s Home can fully participate in school and home learning.

    • original

      Cement

      $15.00

      Kivuli Project purchased 5 acres of land in the town of Ndaragwa, Kenya at the end of 2011. It now has approved building plans and permits and is ready to start constructing a few houses, offices and visitors accommodation before the end of the year.

    • original

      Irrigation Line

      $25.00

      Kivuli Project is working towards sustainability and water management is vital in seeing this goal realised. Despite having access to potentially unlimited river water (when the town infrastructure is working), Kivuli understands that the more we take from our point in the river, the less that is left for others and the environment downstream.

    • original

      High School Education

      $40.00

      Although primary school is free for all Kenyan children, unfortunately high school fees are very expensive and costly for most Kenyan families. A high school education is highly regarded in Kenya and after completion can lead to further study and participation in a respectable and well-paid job.

    • original

      Text Books

      $58.00

      Starting high school in Kenya is a very costly process and therefore not possible for many families who simply cannot afford the registration requirements. To begin high school, students need to purchase a large number of textbooks for all their subjects.

    • original

      Training Course

      $80.00

      With estimates of an unemployment rate higher than 40% in Kenya, it is extremely hard for a young adult who has finished school to find a job.

    • original

      Solar lighting pack

      $100.00

      By buying this gift, you are providing a Kenyan family with solar lighting for their home, and a means by which to charge mobile phones for free.