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School Children South Rift Valley                                 Water Catchment System
Ernie Williams and the Ol Donio Leaders                                  Tree Planting     

Did you know most rural African school children starts their day in the dark with no running water or electricity? After walking between 4 and 10 kilometers to school they will be lucky to share a book -- -- forget about writing materials. For lunch they may be lucky enough to share boiled maize. Water, if available at all, may come from a stream shared with livestock. The land is unforgiving and overtaxed and poverty is pervasive. The average annual salary for an adult is only $400 per year, and the  average attendance in school is just 4.2 years.  At times their future seems unalterable. But there is hope through volunteers to teach the children and build simple infrastructure. These children just want a chance . Can you help?

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3rd World Tech
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Langata (Nairobi) Kenya
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