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We’re empowering communities in western Kenya to break the cycle of poverty by providing education, improving health and developing commerce through our sustainable income generating projects.

We believe children should not grow up in institutions in isolation from society because of poverty, sickness, disease or death of parents. Children should live with dignity in a loving family, and without being disadvantaged or stigmatised by the cause of their vulnerability.

Our goal is to change lives for good.

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Bath University & The Fluoride Test That Will Change Lives

As our regular supporters will be aware, we’ve recently begun work to help the people of Oldonyosambu in Tanzania whose lives have been blighted by fluoride in their water.

Researchers at the University of Bath have come up with a simple colour changing test that will quickly allow water to be tested for excessive amounts of fluoride, and The Nasio Trust is going to help them field test it.

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Medical Volunteering – Florence’s Story

One of the things that had the most impact on me in Kenya was my visits to St Mary’s hospital.

On my first visit I was with the whole group and we handed out bread and milk to all the mothers and their newborn babies. We did this because if we hadn’t, no one else would have and they might have gone hungry that day, even though they had just given birth.

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Chloe’s Story – Bottom up Aid

Before going out to Kenya I was apprehensive about the work the Charity would be doing.

Often western Charity groups are accused of injecting money into poor areas which only makes them reliant on aid and unable to meet their future needs. They don’t always see the true needs of the locals or work with them and their deep root cultures.

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