Peter Syanda lives in Nuu outside the Greater Nairobi Area.
Due to the current travel restrictions, Peter Syanda is not allowed to go to Maria Magdalena Special School in Munyu.
Meetings cannot take place. Everything has to be done with the mobile phone.
The nightly curfew continues. The schools are expected to remain closed until September 1st.
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David Werner, a former student of the Nikolaus Kopernikus Gymnasium Weißenhorn compiled the image video for our homepage.
Now David has subtitled and translated the video in English.
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Many people no longer have a job. The harvest was quite good, but food prices have risen sharply due to the corona pandemic. Nancy Ireri takes care of persons with disabilities. She telephones the families and brings food packages with rice and cornmeal. ½ ton of food was distributed.
In the meantime all supplies have been used up and distributed. We need your support for further food donations!
Marion Karimi no longer receives food donations due to the Corona crisis. In the past, Kenyan benefactors kept bringing food. The government doesn't help.
Marion needs around € 300 a month for food, € 600 for diapers, hygiene and cleaning items and around € 150 for medication for epileptics.
Support the disabled children!
You can donate online here..
Marion's request for emergency support...
In Marktoberdorf, board members and advisors of OASA discussed the Munyu projects for two days. Hubert Senger, our colleague from Kenya, came to Germany for the discussions.
At the kick-off event in the Festspielhaus Füssen, our visitors Peter Syanda and Moses Muchiri met the German Minister of Development Gerd Müller. They hope to get support for the Special School and the Sheltered Workshops through the program 1000 schools.
The current problem: Coli bacteria in the drinking water of the school.
For three weeks, Matthias and Nadine, both members of Engineers without Borders (IoG) worked in Munyu.
Their aim is to improve the water and wastewater supply in the Sheltered Workshops.
During their visit, the public water supply was not working at all.
There is still a lot of work to be done!
At the big children's party in Weißenhorn at the end of September, the Weltladen Weissenhorn and the Munyu Verein have been working together for the second time:
- A lady from Weißenhorn with Cameroon roots braided children`s hair and made a lot of girls happy.
- The parents could find information about current projects in Munyu.
- The visitors bought jewelry, aprons and bags. All the items had been produced in the Maria Magdalena Sheltered Workshops. Young people with disabilities are happy that they have a good job in the arts and crafts department.
The income goes directly to the arts and crafts workshop.