Hello, in the last post we talked about an interview with on of the kids who live in the streets of kitale towen. Here it is!
Interview with the street children Richard (15).
Street children is a term for children experiencing homeless, who are living on the streets of a city, town, or village. Homeless youth are often called street kids and street youth;
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FEED THE HOMELESS
On Saturday 21st of May 2016 the food project for approximately 120 unsheltered children in Kitale, Kenya was carried out the second time. More than 25 people were involved in giving us the strength to prepare warm and especially nutritious food for all of ... Read More >
Dear digital visitors of OTEPIC,
My name is Julia Datzko, I'm a 20-year-old student from Germany and a member of "Project Peace”, a German volunteer program for youths.
Project Peace sent me for six months to OTEPIC in Kenya.
From November 2013 to May 2014 I spent my time in this great project.
I did work in the garden, ... Read More >
Dear friends and supporters,
This is the FIRST NEWSLETTER of many following in which we would like to let you know about the progress OTEPIC – KENYA Peace Project achieved so far.
We hope you will receive it quarterly basis.
Since the NEW SHAMBA (or New Land), a 10-hector-big ... Read More >
To create a Permaculture School for Kenya and Eastern Africa. The
school will be a model for social and ecological sustainability, a
place to reinstall the African dream of nature, hospitality and
abundance, a training site to explore and share the knowledge of
regional autonomy in water, food and energy supply, an ecovillage
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OTEPIC-KENYA project using simple irrigation system to maximize the usage of little amount of water that is available,We reduce amount and save money by using water more efficiently ... Water-Efficient ... Read More >
OTEPIC organized a tree planting campaign and mobilized women and youths from several schools to plant native trees. Planting new indigenous trees and taking care of existing ones helped deepen the participants' commitment to protecting our environment.