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Maize and Beans for Mercy

Thanks to friends who donated $1,600 to buy 15 bags of maize and five bags of bean for Mercy Children’s Home. Drought in the Migori area meant that the expected harvest of maize and beans for children living at Mercy Children’s Home was halved. There would not be enough food for kids.

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8,000 Books Delivered

Partnering with Ducere, Manasprings handed out over 8,000 books to children in Kenya, in both public and informal schools. The African Children’s Stories are remarkable books, written by African children for children across the world.

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Thank You

Manasprings is appreciative of the funding support provided by the Australian government through its Direct Aid Program, given to local Kenyan organisations. The Manasprings website has been made possible by the funds provided by the Australian High Commission in Nairobi.

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University for Danny

Today, Danny is a student at the University of Nairobi, studying accountancy and commerce. Danny is one of eight siblings, and the first within his family to attend university. 

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Women Leaders Gather in Kisumu

Over thirty Mana women of Kisumu attended the Manasprings Women’s Leadership Event held on Saturday 27 February 2016. We connected. We were inspired. We learnt from one another. Collective wisdom shared by courageous women supporting orphans and vulnerable children, youth, single mothers and families. Thanks to the Australian High Commission, through the Direct Aid Program, […]

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Tenderfeet’s New Kitchen

After receiving funds from the Australian High Commission Direct Aid Program, Tenderfeet have been extremely busy in building new gas cookers for the school kitchen, erecting a water tower and connecting water to the school, plus getting new office furniture and computers.

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The First Two Day Event

Manasprings held the very first 2 Day Event in Homa Bay, Western Kenya in May 2015. 52 women leaders from six counties, some travelling four hours to get to the event, were all so excited. Thank you to the Australian High Commission in Nairobi, to all the speakers who gave everything and more, and most […]

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