1 week spent in Kenya, a great team and a lot done. Check out Nakuru's new activity area.
If you were putting together a team to go to another continent and build an activity area with whatever you could get your hands on, then i think the team we have going in November is pretty good.
Earlier this year a good friend and supporter of Doxa, Richard Gedge, lost his wife Katie to Motor Neurons disease. As Katie was a teacher and had a passion to help children realise their full potential, Richard donated the money given in memory of Katie to The Doxa Project.
Over recent months trustees Daphne and Ray have carried out a number of fundraising presentations, telling the Doxa story, and raising awareness of the many positive and practical things that are happening.
Kim is the permanent Doxa presence on the ground in Nakuru. and has for some time now run our office deep in the KM slum. It was last year that Kim announced his engagement to Joyce and his intention to marry in the New Year.