Archive for the ‘Kenya’ Category

Appreciation from Kenya Scholarship Recipient

March 8, 2017

KairuLifeNets scholarship student from Kenya, Samuel Kairu, writes us today.

“Further to my application to be considered for sponsorship to further my education, I sincerely write to thank you from bottom of my heart for this very important deed. Through the help I got from you, I am able to pursue university education which is an important thing  I never imagined in my life….”  Read more at

http://lifenets.org/appreciation-samuel-kairu/

A Look Back at a LifeNets Fundraiser

March 20, 2016

Denny and LeeAnn Luker along with Vic and Bev Kubik at Rotary Fundraiser at the Skyline Club in Seattle, WA that raised more than $11,000 for the JohJan LifeNets Academy in Kenya on April 17, 2010 http://lifenets.org/psc/fr41710.htm

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Samuel Kairu of Kenya Receives Scholarship

March 13, 2016

http://lifenets.org/scholarships/kairu.html
LifeNets grants a university scholarship in Kenya for Samuel Kairu to study education and become a teacher.

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2 New Scholarships for Future Kenya Teachers!

February 23, 2016

In Kenya, LifeNets adds two new scholarships for future teachers of English and Primary School. Congratulations to Catherine and Willis!
http://lifenets.org/scholarships/opiyo.html

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A Favorite Post from the Past: Rotary Fundraiser for JohJan LifeNets Academy in Kenya

March 21, 2015

Denny and LeeAnn Luker along with Vic and Bev Kubik at Rotary Fundraiser at the Skyline Club in Seattle, WA that raised more than $11,000 for the JohJan LifeNets Academy in Kenya on April 17, 2010 http://lifenets.org/psc/fr41710.htm

Denny & LeeAnn Luker and Beverly & Victor Kubik

Denny & LeeAnn Luker and Beverly & Victor Kubik

“Kids for Cows” Update

August 15, 2014

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Update on our “Kids for Cows” Program. In our new phase we will provide cows for a new country to be announced shortly. http://lifenets.org/kids4cows

Update on Johjan LifeNets Academy in Migori, Kenya

September 29, 2013

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September 23, 2013 update of LifeNets biggest project to date: The JohJan LifeNets Academy in Migori, Kenya that now has 220 pupils.

LifeNets Kenya Goat Project Funded By LifeNets Australia

August 26, 2013

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Report on the LifeNets Kenya Goat Project funded by LifeNets Australia. We are so pleased to see people from different continents working together to bring about a higher quality of life. (posted March 9, 2013)

Kids for Cows Update

August 26, 2013

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We thank children who through LifeNets help children get milk in Brazil, Zambia and Kenya (updated March 17, 2013).  

Continuing Project: JohJan School, Kenya

August 9, 2010

One feature of LifeNets involvement in its many foreign projects is insistence on responsible management and oversight in the area being helped, as well as careful disbursement of funds on this side. The JohJan school project illustrates this idea in action, from the research done here to the oversight of received funds in Kenya. The recent update on this project explains some of this process and also shows what must be done for this school to proceed. As we can see, financial aid–whether foreign or domestic–requires a lot more than simply signing a check. Sustainability and accountability are important hallmarks of LifeNets’ work.