Sep 16, 2013, by Margaret Njuguna

Development Changes Tradition

Yes, Maasai women build their huts, and men mostly take care of the livestock and talk together about their wives, children, cows, goats, and sheep that they own. However, in the last year, things have dramatically changed in one community in the Mikese area of the Morogoro region.World Renew and our Mennonite Church partner held workshops in the community to help the residents start to use the resources they had to...
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Jul 1, 2013, by Margaret Njuguna

Training, Training, and Training

This is exactly what we did in January with our partner organization, the Wende Women’s Group of Iringa. With an HIV and AIDS Innovation grant, we trained Peer Educators, ten to eighteen-year-olds from eight schools in Iringa, using the “Choose Life” manuals.But, as more and more awareness is being raised about the deadly virus known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), more and more new infections are occurring all over the country, especially...
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Mar 11, 2013, by Margaret Njuguna

Transformation is a Journey

Mary (not her real name), her husband, and their two children have lived in this chicken coop home for many years which they comfortably refer to as their home. On the left side, they are raising 200 laying chickens, and on the right side, the family has made a living area. Mary learned how to raise chickens from neighbors who raise broilers and layers, and she managed to start her small income generating project with 200 layers.Two years ago, Mary was one of the...
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