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Rajab Is Training With The Spirulina Team

Rajab, one of our sponsored Nasio children, is currently volunteering at the medical centre now that his final year medical studies have been put on hold due to Covid-19.

Rajab has also taken the opportunity to train with our spirulina production team. He’s developed a keen interest to learn more about spirulina as he’s seen the benefits it can deliver as he helped support families impacted by the flooding.

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Improvements in general hygiene: a positive side to Covid-19?

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, to help combat the spread of the virus, The Nasio Trust has focused on making handwashing more accessible to over 45,000 people living in the Mumias West area in rural Kenya.

The Nasio Trust have worked with the Kenyan Ministry of Health to set up over 150 handwashing ‘Tippy Tap’ stations, a hands-free way to wash your hands. They have also donated 150 hand washing containers to regional farmers and a further 250 hand washing containers to families and flood centres.

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Meet Emmanuel The Fish Farmer

Emmanuel is one of our new Peer Educators who is also a fish farmer!

Emmanuel Okumu Odongo is 20 years old and a third year student in Fisheries and Aqua Culture Science at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.

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A New House For Sheila & Leila

Amidst great hardship we often hear tales of wonderful kindness, and of communities pulling together to help those in need.

Sheila (aged 8) & Leila (aged 7) are both beneficiaries of the Nasio Trust. Their home was built on clay soil and the recent floods had destabilised it to the point where it was dangerous to enter.

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Displaced By A Flood With New Born Twins

Regular supporters may be aware of the recent flooding affecting the areas of western Kenya where Nasio operates.

One of the people affected by the flooding is Margret Mukabana. Margret gave birth to twins on the 2nd May by caesarian section at St. Mary's Hospital. Shortly afterwards, Margaret’s home and all of her possessions had been washed away.

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Areas of Mumias West devastated by flooding

As our supporters will know, the rural communities we support in western Kenya are being hit hard by COVID-19. We’re now sad to report that the river Nzoia in Mumias has burst its banks and is in flood.

With heavy rain now predicted for at least the next 7 days, there's no sign of improvement in the situation.

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