Help the community with school facilities, provide safe water and improve health facilities, provide training opportunities. In 1996 the need for help in Rabondo was recognized. Slowly until 1998 we built connections and improved housing to facilitate the upcoming work. In 1998 we officially formed and by 2002 we were a registered non profit group. Since 1999 we have renovated the primary school, formed and built a secondary school from scratch.
President and Board oversee volunteers and fundraising activities. The funds are then transferred to the Rabondo Community Self Help Group who acts as our agents in Kenya. They are registered with the Kenyan Government and are fully volunteers. Once a year or more the president or board members travel to Kenya to sight check progress.