What is the power of 100 people working together on any project in the world to create positive change? We are a community of entrepreneurs, small businesses, and individuals around the world collaborating to create opportunities, both locally and internationally, for self-reliance, education, and economic development. We are committed to sustainable projects that support communities, and preserve the culture of indigenous tribes. One of our major objectives is to help prevent human trafficking within families by eradicating the practice of Female Genital Mutilation and Early Marriage. Our Mission “To mentor families globally through education and entrepreneurship in an effort to eliminate physical, mental, spiritual and emotional poverty, while preserving culture and tradition.” Families in Kenya don’t need a handout, they need a hand up. We go a bit deeper by joining hands and teaching each other. We teach families how to leverage their resources through economic development and self-reliance. They teach us about love, gratitude, simplicity, and joy. If you arrived here, it’s because you were led here. You know that the best personal development is found when serving others. Our expeditions will take you deep into the heart of the Maasai Mara in Kenya, and you will experience two years of personal development in two weeks. Are you ready?
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  • Visiting a Maasai village is a step back in time.

    https://100humanitarians.com/2020/10/01/maasai-village/
    Visiting a Maasai village is a step back in time. https://100humanitarians.com/2020/10/01/maasai-village/
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  • On our first expedition, we visited a school in the Mau Forrest, where we built desks, planted trees, and built a new kitchen for them. The kitchen, a hut made out of mud and sticks, is used to cook luncg for over 300 children a day. Lunch is ugali, a corn mush with little nutritional value.

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    On our first expedition, we visited a school in the Mau Forrest, where we built desks, planted trees, and built a new kitchen for them. The kitchen, a hut made out of mud and sticks, is used to cook luncg for over 300 children a day. Lunch is ugali, a corn mush with little nutritional value. https://youtu.be/FU_P2hWqjIM
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  • One of the tourist attractions that we include in our expeditions is a visit to the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. The Giraffe Centre is the creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, a Kenyan non-profit organization. Their main purpose is to educate Kenyan school children and youth on their country’s wildlife and environment, as well as give local and international visitors an opportunity to come into close contact with the world’s tallest species, the giraffe.*

    Join us on an expedition in Kenya! Sign up for updates:
    https://100humanitarians.com/expeditions/
    One of the tourist attractions that we include in our expeditions is a visit to the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. The Giraffe Centre is the creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, a Kenyan non-profit organization. Their main purpose is to educate Kenyan school children and youth on their country’s wildlife and environment, as well as give local and international visitors an opportunity to come into close contact with the world’s tallest species, the giraffe.* Join us on an expedition in Kenya! Sign up for updates: https://100humanitarians.com/expeditions/
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  • 135 Garden Tower Systems have been built for families in Kenya over the past year by our incredible garden team.

    Ten Garden Tower Systems were built for families this week. What does that mean?

    In a few weeks when the vegetables are ready, each tower will feed 3-4 people on a weekly basis. They provide 5-8 meals with vegetables per week for each member of the family. They can sell the excess vegetables and earn $3-5 each week.

    Each garden tower is $10. A complete Garden Tower System is $100.

    So far with the matching on our fundraiser for THIS WEEK, we can provide 7 families Garden Tower Systems!

    $250 more, and we can provide 10 new families Garden Tower Systems in Kenya.

    5-8 meals of vegetables per week for the family.
    $12-20 per month of additional income.

    Oh, I forgot to mention that our garden team earns $2 per system each, and they are using it to build their own homes, and buy their own gardens and chickens to earn more money.

    It's a ripple effect.
    135 Garden Tower Systems have been built for families in Kenya over the past year by our incredible garden team. Ten Garden Tower Systems were built for families this week. What does that mean? In a few weeks when the vegetables are ready, each tower will feed 3-4 people on a weekly basis. They provide 5-8 meals with vegetables per week for each member of the family. They can sell the excess vegetables and earn $3-5 each week. Each garden tower is $10. A complete Garden Tower System is $100. So far with the matching on our fundraiser for THIS WEEK, we can provide 7 families Garden Tower Systems! $250 more, and we can provide 10 new families Garden Tower Systems in Kenya. 5-8 meals of vegetables per week for the family. $12-20 per month of additional income. Oh, I forgot to mention that our garden team earns $2 per system each, and they are using it to build their own homes, and buy their own gardens and chickens to earn more money. It's a ripple effect.
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