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Alex’s Story – 6 Weeks In Kenya

From elation, sadness, delight and relief, these were just some of the emotions that I went through on my trip. I was able to experience Kenya and the trip made me realize how fortunate I am and as well as giving me the opportunity to see and do many things I never thought I would get the chance to do, and for this I have to give all thanks to the charity.

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Spirulina Production Unit Proposal

The Nasio Trust will be working in collaboration with the Kakamega University and will be studying and analysing the clinical and nutritional benefits of spirulina, with particular regard to efficacy in malnourished adults and children. They intend to produce a scientific report, which will be submitted for peer review publication.

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In Kenya

In Kenya

From humble beginnings in a roadside shack, the Nasio Trust now currently runs two purpose-built day care centres in western Kenya – St Irene’s & Noah’s Ark. The centres work with the local communities to provide education, meals, medical care and support to children in our care.

Through the care and education provided at our centres, the children have a real opportunity to change the course of their lives from poverty to fulfilling their potential and building a future for their communities.

We provide food, education, healthcare and support to HIV/Aids orphans and disadvantaged children in western Kenya through our Early Education Centres, see them through primary and secondary school and then on to higher education or placement on apprenticeship schemes. Our goal is for these children fulfil their potential and build a future for their communities.

Change Through Sustainable Projects

The Nasio Trust brings long-term change to communities by tackling the root cause of the HIV orphan problem in this region of Kenya; poverty.

Nasio works in partnership with organisations such as Voluntary Services Overseas and the Red Cross. Through our partnerships we support communities to break the cycle of poverty by providing training and guidance to become self-sufficient. Whether it involves; improving their farming skills, increasing awareness around common ailments (such as HIV or malaria), to developing their own income generating projects.


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