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The trip will be led by Fraser Edwards who is the C.E.O. and Co-founder of The Water School. This organization focuses on an health and sanitation education program that incorporates a unique and effective methodology to clean contaminated water. This program trains local citizens on the prevention of waterborne diseases through the Solar Water Disinfection Program (SODIS). This simple system provides affordable and efficient clean water technology to the poorest of the poor. Using the rays of the sun, parents are given Hope by providing them with the skills that will allow their children to escape the ravages of waterborne diseases that kills one child every 15 seconds.

Fraser has lived and worked in Africa for 14 years and is well equipped to guide you on this exciting journey. You will be introduced to the exciting work of The Water School, meet the beneficiaries, and discover for yourself that our dream of clean water for all is possible. You will meet wonderful people, partake of African hospitality, and enjoy the dynamic culture of Kenya. You will also go on a safari and be exposed to the wonderful wildlife that is an essential feature of any trip to Africa.


All will be met at the airport by Fraser and TWS staff when they arrive in Nairobi. Gregg will arrive from Johannesburg on September 23rd at 7:30 pm. For the others, please send your flight information to Fraser at fedwards@thewaterschool.org

You will need to purchase a Visa at Immigration at the Nairobi Airport. The cost is $50.00

Our lodging will be at the Fairview Hotel in Nairobi. www.fairviewkenya.com

September 23: Arrival and journey to hotel, then Dinner and rest.

September 24: Morning: Orientation to Africa and the work of The Water School including a visit to our Kenya partners (CMA). Our hosts will be Jane Otai and Jacob Auma.

September 24: Afternoon: Visit to Mitumba Slum in Nairobi and a water school project. We will meet some very committed Kenyans, experience African hospitality and come to a better understanding of why we do what we do. Return to the hotel for dinner and evening.

September 25: Travel outside of Nairobi to visit two schools who are implementing the TWS project. We will talk to teachers and students and see the impact that this simple project is having on the lives of the Maasai people. You will also visit the home of a Maasai family where you will see how the technology has been transferred by the children into the homesteads.

September 26, 27, 28: Fly to Maasai Mara and begin a safari. You will spend two nights in a luxury tented camp and experience game drives where you will see all the exotic animals that makes Africa famous.

September 29: Depart from Kenya


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