With me nursing a flu, i didn’t get out much but just enough. Mostly, i slept a lot, i love my sleep. And when i got out, it was totally amazing, worth it and super tiring as well.
Friday was wash wash day then Saturday, i decided to explore my country along with some amazing humanitarians.
The plan was to visit a Children’s Rehabilitation School in Lower Kabete along with G United graduates and friends. G United could be a new term to you so let me get into it.
It is an initiative by the government of Kenya started in 2014 which involves university graduates volunteering to be sent to various counties away from their home county to assist the community. This they do by teaching in the schools there and also create or further community projects. The volunteering graduates are given a host family hence they experience the new culture fully. That is also part of the aims of the initiative. The volunteers do this for one year then get certificates and within the year, they are given a stipend. For more information, visit the website click here